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First, We Listen

To be successful, we say every producer needs a three-person team: an accountant, a banker, and a good agronomist. Your Ag Partners sales agronomist can more than handle your need for someone who investigates what your soil requires for peak performance and takes time to understand the financial objectives that drive your operation.
 
Our SAs provide exceptional service. They’re always available to customers, for one thing. We didn’t hire them to serve as part-time field applicators—we want them to have all the time it takes to listen to you. In fact, we train our people to be good listeners.
 
Once they know what you need, our SAs can put together an agronomy plan that will help you reach the next level of success, and work with you every step of the way. Aren’t currently working with an Ag Partners agronomist? Contact your closest Ag Partners agronomist today.

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The More Knowledge, the Better the Seed Decisions

Your AgPartners agronomist knows your fields and sees them in terms of productive capabilities and layer upon layer of compiled data.  When you sit down with someone who understands all that has happened and could happen in your fields, you're sure to walk away with the right seed.
 

We Represent these Seed Companies for a Reason

Producers choose Ag Partners for the knowledge and dedication each team member brings to every challenge.  We have the same motivation when we choose our seed partners.

Our customers have access to top seed choices from Dekalb, Asgrow, NK brand, Mycogen, Stine, and CROPLAN.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Fertilizer

Ag Partners offers a full line of crop nutrient products to help you achieve the healthiest, highest-yielding crops. We are your fertilizer resource year-round for both dry and liquid fertilizers. Our knowledgable sales agronomists can put together a package that works for you and your bottom line. We are the only retailer offering InSite Maxium, a specifically formulated nutrient package.

Equipment and Facilities
We have a full fleet of nearly 40 pieces of application equipment standing ready to serve you, modern, up-to-date blending facilities, a dedicated team to apply your fertilizer products when you want them applied, and an unwavering commitment to customer service and quality.
 

When is the right time to apply NH3 (Anhydrous Ammonia)?  

According to the ACWA Code of Practice for Nitrogen Fertilization guidance we should delay applications without nitrification inhibitor until soil temperatures are 50 degree F and trending lower.
We will allow applications to begin with nitrification inhibitors when soil temperatures reach 55 degrees F and are trending lower.

ACWA Code of Practice: https://www.acwa-rrws.org/wp-content/uploads/2021-Code-of-Practice-Final.pdf
Iowa State Mesonet 4” Soil Temperatures: https://mesonet.agron.iastate.edu/agclimate/soilt.php
 

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