Agronomic Service

Expertise key to delivering variable rate services

Decisive Farming delivers a unique blend of technology, agronomy, and crop marketing services to both small and large farms. However, did you know that delivering first-class variable rate […]

Fall Nitrogen Applications: Good or Bad?

One of the most common questions growers ask Decisive Farming Agronomists this time of year is whether or not to apply Nitrogen fertilizer in Fall or to wait […]

By |October 5th, 2015|Agronomic Service, Agronomy, Blog, Soil Testing|0 Comments

4 soil testing practices used by successful growers

Soil testing is an essential tool to making informed and profitable decisions for your farming operation. However, soil testing without a clear plan isn’t an approach any grower […]

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New variable rate technology program passes on huge savings to the farmer

Decisive Farming is excited to introduce the new Optimize RX-F program; offering significant savings to growers without sacrificing quality or support. Decisive Farming has made fundamental advancements in geospatial […]

Is it Time to Soil Test?

Check out this article Is it Time to Soil Test? from our partners Taurus and A/L labs; the people that help us maintain the high level of quality […]

By |September 9th, 2013|Agriculture Industry, Agronomic Service, Blog, Soil Testing|0 Comments

Carbon Credits- Time is Running out

If you haven’t signed up your 2002 to 2011 offsets / carbon credits yet, you need to decide quickly as time is running out on the historical offsets.  […]

By |November 16th, 2011|Agronomic Service, Blog|0 Comments

Late Season Insects

From Amanda Homans, Decisive Farming Agronomist.

There are canola growers in the area that are spraying their fields for late season insects including lygus, bertha armyworm and diamondback moth. […]

By |August 8th, 2011|Agronomic Service, Agronomy, Blog, Field Scouting|0 Comments

Predicting your own speaking engagement weather

One of the highlights of Crop Production Week will be hearing Drew Lerner of World Weather Inc. out of Topeka, Kansas. His weather forecasts have gained quite a […]

Wet woes continue

As grain producers make cropping and marketing decisions for the upcoming growing season, the number one concern continues to be too much moisture. For years, the Saskatchewan Ministry […]

Animal welfare stupidity

We have friends who spend a good chunk of the winter on Vancouver Island. Here’s a story they emailed us from the Left Coast:


Animal lovers are nuts here. […]