Channel Seedsman Ryan Colville from Safford, Arizona, discusses the benefits of working with a Channel Seedsman and agronomist to build a fertility plan.
- One benefit is having a better understanding of how certain cropping systems work.
- A Channel Seedsman and agronomist can fit products for your specific soils to help you take advantage of your performance.
What are the benefits of working with a Channel Seedsman and agronomist to build a fertility plan?
I would say that understanding the best way in which to apply that nutrient and timing would greatly impact your yield at the end of the season, rather than just saying you prioritize nitrogen over phosphate. Understanding how that cropping system works and when it's important to have those nutrient levels where they need to be at the specific time would pay off in dividends. And that's where it pays off to have a Channel Seedsman and a Channel agronomist working with a farmer, so that way we can build a fertility program together, and understand what your soils are, what option you have in regard to either dry fertilizer or liquid fertilizer. So we can come and build a plan for you that can take advantage of what that Channel® product will perform and what it will respond to best.