United Farmers Cooperative’s agronomy team offers the expertise and commitment to help our growers succeed. We provide an extensive selection of quality agronomy products and provide unmatched support and services.
We provide top-notch products including micronutrients, liquid nitrogen, in-season foliar and bulk fertilizers, as well as prompt and dependable application services.
Our team of agronomy specialists utilize the latest on-the-farm technology to help our customers maximize both their yield potential and ROI. We offer precision field mapping, variable-rate fertilizer spreading, soil and tissue sampling, prescriptions, and drone services.
Planting Outlook 2022
Based on a Prospective Plantings report released on March 31 from the United States Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) National Agricultural Statistic Service (NASS), Tennessee fa...
Prevent and Control Herbicide-Resistant Weeds
If you find your herbicides aren’t performing as well as they used to, you may be battling herbicide-resistant weeds. Once you have resistant weeds, it becomes much more challengi...
Monitoring and Managing White Mold in Canola
It would be nice if we could just sit back and enjoy the view when canola reaches its most photogenic stage, but unfortunately, white mold can seriously impact your crop before it bloom...
Keep Close Tabs on Cotton Management
Cotton growers know that, even under ideal conditions, cotton requires intense monitoring and management throughout the season. Here are some tips to help guide in-season decisions. Co...
Eyes on the boll
For those not familiar with it, the incredibly innocuous name “plant bug” might illicit a chuckle on first hearing. “Aren’t all bugs plant bugs?” you may ...
Crunch Our Numbers, Then Crush Your Harvest
What difference could simply adding an adjuvant to your tank mix really make come harvest? We ran trials, crunched the numbers and, according to the data, WinField® United adjuvants...
Making Sense of the Biologicals Market
The biologicals product category has grown exponentially in the past few years. What was once focused on specialty crops and other niche markets is now moving into row crops. That said,...