GB Agronomy News

Fall 2020 Newsletter

Oct 13, 2020

Check out our Fall 2020 Newsletter. Inside you will find the following:  Introducing Chris Wagner, CEO Comments from CEO Chris Wagner Utilizing Break Evens in Marketing 2020 Annual Meeting Highlights Other Great Co-op Info

Utilizing Break-Evens in Marketing

Aug 10, 2020

Understanding your break-even costs is important, especially in a depressed market. 

EPA Final Rule on Specified Dicamba Products Update

Jun 09, 2020

On Monday, June 8, 2020 the EPA released its final cancellation order for the following in-crop dicamba products: Xtendimax® with Vaporgrip® Technology, Engenia®, and FeXapan®. This article will help define what the means for Great Bend Co-op and our customers. 

Wagner Announced as CEO of Great Bend Co-op

May 29, 2020

Please join the Great Bend Co-op Board of Directors and all Employees in welcoming our new Chief Executive Officer, Chris Wagner! 

Scouting Report - May 26, 2020

May 26, 2020

Scouting report from your Great Bend Co-op Agronomists for the week of May 26, 2020. 

Overlapping Residual for Optimizing Weed Control

May 20, 2020

Pigweeds can grow as much as an inch per day, so that 1-inch pigweed can be a 6-inch pigweed within a week and have over 30 growing points. Pigweeds and grasses compete with our crops for moisture, sunlight, and nutrients and can be detrimental to yield.

Spring 2020 Newsletter

May 01, 2020

Earlier this week, Great Bend Co-op sent out our Spring 2020 Newsletter to update our patrons on the changes going on at our organization. Read the digital version here!

Spring Tips - Planter Calibration

Apr 20, 2020

Planting season is upon us. In fact, some of you may have already started putting some seed in the ground. Hopefully you all had a chance to look over some of the most important aspects of your planter. In case you haven't, we have put together a quick checklist of things to look over before planting or periodically though the planting season.

Robeson Announced as Interim CEO of Great Bend Co-op

Apr 13, 2020

Great Bend Co-op would like to introduce Mr. Randy Robeson as Interim CEO. 

Late Spring Freeze on Wheat

Apr 13, 2020

Mother nature really decided to keep us on our toes this Spring. From 85 degrees on Saturday, April 11th to a low of 25 degrees on Sunday night/Monday morning, these temperature swings can be hard on people, crops, and animals. Late spring freeze injury on wheat is fairly common in Kansas. However, its always hard to see extremely low temperatures on the thermometer when we have our wheat looking so good.

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