Legend Seeds Blog

This week, Colby Brink, Legend Sales Agronomist, discusses the benefits of growing sorghum and shows off our LGS 5002 in Holabird, SD.

This week, Jeff Sorenson, Legend Sales Agronomist, discusses the benefits of Agrisure Duracade®:

SoyfxTM shows positive regrowth

Cody Miller of Wahpeton, ND has been involved in the agriculture industry for many years. His interest in farming sparked at a young age. Today, alongside his wife and two sons, and with the mentorship of his father, Cody is managing an operation where he produces sugar beets, soybeans, corn, and hard red spring wheat. Cody is also proud to be a Legend Seeds dealer since 2016. Through the evolution of the Legend Seeds portfolio, Cody has remained flexible with an eagerness to embrace in advancements and technologies. He has a willingness to try new things to provide the best possible solutions for his customers. This past year, Cody utilized a new, innovative biological on his soybeans through Legend Seeds and is seeing great results in his fields.

As the buzz and excitement build around the 2021 Legend Seeds portfolio, we are pleased to bring you additional content and information to understand your seed selection options and planting requirements. Whenever planting an insect traited corn that does not have EPA approval to have refuge in the bag, it is important to follow structured refuge requirement guidelines. Below we address frequently asked questions on Structured Refuge Corn and what options are available through the Legend Seeds product portfolio. 

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!

As reports and photos continue to flood in from the field, Legend Seeds is pleased to share a mid-season biologicals update on the performance observations from the products Legend Seeds offers our customers through YieldMaster Solutions, LLC.

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.

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.

Hybrid selection is one of the most critical decisions a grower can make for the success of their operation. A number of factors go into this decision that are related to environment, farming practices, weather, geography, and markets. All of these factors play a big part in narrowing down the hybrid selection choice.

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