August 26, 2020,09:34 AM
Legend Seeds was fortunate to have four interns (Kendra Schweer, Alyssa Shellum, Jacob Janes, and Marissa Tuhy) supporting our staff, dealers, and growers across our footprint and in various departments this summer. We thank and appreciate each of them for the hard work, dedication, and ideas they have brought to our teams. Below is a recap of the roles, responsibilities, and learnings from three of our Legend Seeds Interns.
August 25, 2020,09:14 AM
With a focus toward providing innovative, high yielding, top quality products, Legend Seeds is pleased to introduce the addition of PowerCore® Trait Technology to the Legend Seeds corn product portfolio for the 2021 growing season!
This week, Mike Tofsrud, Legend Sales Agronomist, offers some tips on scouting for soybean aphids:
August 19, 2020,03:41 PM
As we have heard from a lot of you, the most important aspect of a partnering seed company is providing products that perform. That is why we take that commitment toward delivering high-yielding, consistent producing, top quality products and services so seriously. As we look toward the future, we are pleased to showcase the evolution of our multi-brand strategy. We are taking a strong position of focusing on what’s in the bag to deliver on our commitment to you. Here’s a look at what to expect in our 2021 seed portfolio and how these products, brands, and solutions give you more buying power than ever before!
While most Midwestern alfalfa is planted in the springtime, summer seeding has its benefits as well. For those who like to plant oats with their alfalfa for oatlage or for grain, consider planting a pure stand of oats followed by a summer seeded pure stand of alfalfa. This system will likely be more beneficial for the alfalfa component and still provide the oat crop benefit. The reason for this is twofold: Alfalfa doesn’t do well with competition and weed pressure is less of a problem in summer seeded alfalfa. Another benefit of summer seeding alfalfa is the following year will be a full production year instead of one or two less cuttings after a spring seeding.