You know things get done faster by air.

You know how busy the fall harvest months are going to be. You also know that getting your cover crop seeded by air can mean a savings on seeding rate, reduced tillage, less crop damage and a good head start on building a quality cover crop.

A good cover crop offers moisture retention benefits as well as reduction in run-off. You might want to also  keep in mind that the new Conservation Security Program requires a soil condition index that is positive. A good cover crop is central to this for many farmers. Together, we can gear up for this ahead of time.

You can trust us to do it right.


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