Best Management Practices

You make your living from the land. 

 

You have been raised in the country, you’ve worked with Mother Nature all your life, and you understand that if you want the same sort of life for your children, you must preserve and conserve what is in your care.

 

Best management practices are the techniques and methods farmers use to take the best care of the soil, water, air, plants, and animals around them. IL Corn wants to partner with you to help you understand the best science, the best techniques, the best opportunities to care for your natural resources. 

We have programming that will help you test your water for nutrient levels, try out cover crops for the first time, and apply nitrogen in the most responsible way.  Our programming in this area continues to grow!  Please stay plugged in with us to keep learning and growing as a conservationist.

DICAMBA TRAINING ON THURSDAY; FEWER OPPORTUNITIES IN THE FUTURE

November 27th, 2018  |  Today's News |  Best Management Practices

Farmers who are certified private applicators and who intend to apply dicamba to soybeans in 2019 must have proof of a dicamba training prior to making a dicamba application.    REGISTER...

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GROUND TEMPERATURE WILL ALLOW FALL N APPLICATION, BUT CONSIDER SPRING INSTEAD

November 9th, 2018  |  Today's News |  Best Management Practices

Given the most recent soil temperatures from the Illinois State Water Survey and the outlook for ongoing colder weather, it appears that farmers now have the “green light” for fall anhydrous...

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MEET A SOIL HEALTH PARTNER: REUSCHEL FARMS IN GOLDEN

November 6th, 2018  |  Today's News |  Best Management Practices

The best farmers know there’s a lot to be learned from each other.  Take a look at the lessons Andrew and Jeff Reuschel from Golden, IL are learning on their farm as they test and try cover crops...

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