Plant Your Legacy
Plant Your Legacy
A rotating selection each month to get to know the Burrus Account and Sales Managers.
First starting with the company in September 2014, Rob Church is an Account Manager in Territory C. Rob currently lives in Maryville, MO. He enjoys spending his free time woodworking, hunting and fishing. Rob serves northwest Missouri and southwest Iowa. Contact him to learn what products will excel on your farm!
Longtime hog producers, the Garrison family has a long history with production on agriculture. They also have a three generation legacy with Burrus Seed.
Truly dedicated to Burrus growers, the family has grown test plots for over 25 years. This year, they have a research style plot with their goal being to help Burrus identify products that can work on their type of soils for their neighbors and themselves.
This time of year while wrapping up harvest, many growers are starting to think about fall applied nitrogen fertilizer.
Until recently, soybean cyst nematode (SCN) has not been discussed much, but it is known to be the number one threat to soybean production around the world.
When some of our highest yielding hybrids were not getting enough sunlight for the males to function properly using the interplant system, the Burrus production staff worked to find a solution.
Burrus Sales Agronomist, Stephanie Porter, has spent a lot of me the past several months on the road, covering the Burrus footprint, visiting growers and hearing what concerns they have this time of year.
What can you achieve by spreading out silking dates? Prevention of diplodia ear rot!
The following statement is always true, and agriculture tends to dust that statement off each year: "It is just hard to classify a growing season regionally."