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Legend Seeds is pleased to share a biologicals update from YieldMaster Solutions, LLC. See below some interesting findings following emergence observations and what to look for to know if biologicals are working in your fields this season!

You’ve heard us raving over Envita™ for a while now.  Primarily applied in-furrow; though seed treatments and foliar applications have been successful.  Envita can colonize and live within the plant tissue of many plant species to help the plant fix and utilize nitrogen.  It is not limited to the roots or rhizosphere like many nitrogen fixing bacteria.  This is beneficial because Envita has a unique mode of action that allows the plant to better move nitrogen throughout the entire plant at a cellular level and therefore the nitrogen is much more efficient and plant available.

The excitement for spring is around us. At Legend Seeds, there are big things happening within our Research Team and our in-house research program, the Legend Elite Advancement Project (L.E.A.P). We are extra excited this year as we will be utilizing our newest investment, a Seed Research Equipment Solutions (SRES) planter. This SRES planter is an eight row planter which allows us to expand our plots and plant four rows of two hybrids at the same time.

As a regional seed leader, Legend Seeds recognizes the importance of continually offering top quality products, services, and innovations that will provide growers with more profit potential than they can get anywhere else. As of August 1, Legend Seeds has embarked on its 30th selling season in the seed industry serving farmers and dealers across a seven-state footprint. This was a year of change and transition in the seed industry. However, at Legend, its newly formed Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP) has created a stronghold in ensuring the certainty, stability, and the growth of Legend as an independent seed company for the future, with a focus on providing growers and dealers the freedom of choice.

Check out a recent Legend Seeds Crop Talk Moment from Shane McClure, Legend Account Manager, out of Aurora, NE as he reviews performance advantages of LR 9015 VIP3330 EZREF

Stalk lodging presents itself worse in some years than others and this is one of those years. Lodging may occur near the crown, above or below the ear, and sometimes higher in the stalk. There are several factors to consider that lead to stalk lodging.

Check out a recent Legend Seeds Crop Talk Moment from Shane McClure, Legend Account Manager, out of York, NE as he reviews performance advantages of LR 9910 GENSSRIB:

At Legend Seeds, we fully recognize, honor and support our employees and want them to succeed. We appreciate the values, leadership and unique skills that service men and women bring to the workforce. On September 30th, Legend Seeds President, Tim Bratland was honored as a Patriotic Employer for the United States National Guard and Reserve Force. The Patriot Award reflects the efforts made to support citizen warriors through a wide-range of measures including flexible schedules, time off prior to and after deployment, caring for families, and granting leaves of absence if needed.

A commitment toward innovation and choice has always been at the forefront of the Legend Seeds product offerings to provide dealers and growers with access to leading-edge technologies and yield enhancement solutions to boost yield and maximize ROI. One product that was introduced in the spring of 2019 and will be offered again through Legend Seeds in 2020 is Envita™, produced by Azotic North America.

Because of the unique circumstances that we are in this year, Legend Seeds is working hard to provide cropping options to meet your needs. Cover crops can be a good way to take advantage of an otherwise unfortunate situation. Benefits accomplished with these cover crops will put farmers at an advantage for the following cash crop and for years to come. As the demand for traditional cover crop seed rises and becomes hard to find, there are other crops that may be classified as a cover crop and may be planted on your prevent plant acres.

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