This violetta barley field is for production. This field is in Mattoon, Illinois.
This year, Kitchen Seed Company has added a new alfalfa variety to their line-up, FSG 421 Leaf Hopper Resistant Alfalfa. This alfalfa is beneficial because the plant produces a glandular hair that is not attractive to the leaf hopper. Leaf hoppers feed on alfalfa plants, when this happens, it stunts the growth and reduces the […]
The following is a picture of one of our customers existing alfalfa stand. According to our seed specialist, alfalfa cuttings are running 10 days to 2 weeks behind schedule due to the cold weather that Central Illinois has been experiencing. Below is a picture of a customers oat stand.
Below, is a picture of a customer’s triticale stand in Shelby County. This customer planted their triticale late fall in 2019. This particular customer will be using their triticale stand to feed their cattle. The benefit of using triticale is that this customer will be able to cut this stand around the end of May. […]
The pictures included are Kitchen Seed Company Seed Wheat Fields in Champaign County. The growing rate is right on time, the temperatures that Central Illinois has been experiencing has not slowed down the growing of this resilient wheat stand. The following picture is Kitchen Seed Company Wheat located in Douglas County.
The spring of 2018 is going to be one to remember for sure. With late winter and early spring snows and heavy rains it has delayed planting across central Illinois. But, we are not behind as some might think. Sure the insurance date has come and went but that doesn’t mean that is the green […]
Please be our guest for our informative meeting on KSC Corn Hybrids and KSC Brand Soybean Varieties. Topics include: ILeVO Seed Treatment and Early Planting Date Comparison, Monsanto corn traits, Roundup Ready 2 Yield soybeans, Liberty soybeans, as well as Xtend soybeans. Lunch provided after discussions. When: Wednesday, December 13th, 2017 @ 10:30am Where: Yoder’s […]
One question that commonly comes to us is how do our Liberty Soybeans compare to the Roundup 2’s or the Xtend soybeans. Well the answer to that question is not quite simple. Liberty Link Soybeans are meant to be used as a weed management tool. Of course you as growers need them to yield to […]
Corn and Soybean Variety Test Plots Special early discounts on corn & soybeans Wednesday, August 16TH 10:30 am Arthur Community Building 120 East Progress St. Arthur, Illinois. (Air conditioned!) Speaker: Rob Elliott, Monsanto, on “NemaStrike Seed Treatment for Cyst Nematode” We will also be introducing our new website at this meeting Plot tours […]