1-800-368-3310 520 COUNTY RD 9, HOLLOWAY, MN 56249
Appleton will Not be takings
Soybeans or Wheat on Monday
June 8th...Corn is OK to haul.
Stored grain hauled starting June 1st will go on Open Storage at 10 free days, 5 cents per month. We still offer Free Price later on Corn and Beans and 5c per month on Spring Wheat. With new State regulations for the Department of Ag all voluntary extensions of credit need to have a signed contract before they go on Price Later, Delayed Pricing or Deferred Payments.
We have Changed the login for your
My Farm Records account. It is now
Called Grower 360 and the login is
one of the buttons above (Grower 360)
You will need to contact Amy (1216),
Al (1231) or Chelsea (1214) to activate
your new Grower 360 Account
Hours for Grain Unloading: 8 am -4:30 pm Monday - Friday
5/28/20 Brian Rydlund with
CHS Hedging Click the Media
Button above or Click Here to Listen
West-Con now Accepts Major Credit Cards
As a Form of Payment on your Account.
There is a 3% Convenience
Fee per transaction.
NOTICE Coronavirus Update:
All West-Con offices are completely closed to all foot traffic. All customer and vendor communication is through phone, text or email transmissions. Please call ahead when picking up Seed or Chemical and stay in your vehicle. When hauling grain please stay in your truck, grain scale tickets will be handed out at the end of the day or mailed.
Map of the Coronavirus
With the Busy Spring Season
Watch Out for Trucks and
Big Equipment on the Road.
Preventative Measures for
Stay Home if you are Sick
Avoid Large Crowds
Cover your Cough or Sneeze
Avoid Touching Eyes, Mouth & Nose
Disinfect countertop surfaces
Clean your Phone once a Day
Wash your hands 30 seconds with soap
Use hand sanitizer
PRACTICE SOCIAL DISTANCING
Now that crops are emerging, so are many different weed species. Competition from weeds can reduce yields by stealing important nutrients, water, and sunlight from the crop. Controlling weeds early in the year will prevent yield loss later on in the season. The “critical weed free period” is the time in a plant’s life when it is most susceptible to competition. For corn, this period lasts at least as long as V6 and for soybeans, it’s at least until V3. It’s important to scout for weeds to know how soon, and with what chemicals you will need to spray to control the weeds on your farm. By the time you can see them from the road, it’s too late. Weeds should be controlled by the time they are 3 inches tall for the herbicide to be effective.
When it comes to choosing the right herbicides, it’s important to know which weed species you are dealing with. Some weeds, such as waterhemp and kochia, can be resistant to glyphosate and be tougher to control. Herbicide programs should be based on field scouting and not all of the fields on your farm should be treated the same. You will likely need to use multiple herbicides to control the variety of weeds in a field.
To avoid resistance on your farm, be sure to use multiple modes of action. Using different chemical groups on the same weed significantly lowers the chances of it developing resistance. It’s also a good idea to use a residual product, such as Warrant or Dual, with your post-emergent herbicides to keep new weeds from germinating. This may even save a second trip later in the season to control a new flush of weeds.
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Western Consolidated Coop will not accept grains, oilseeds or wheat containing transgenic events not approved for U.S. export markets; such markets to include, but are not limited to Canada, China, South Korea, the European Union, Japan and Mexico.
Western Consolidated Coop has ZERO TOLERANCE for treated seed occuring in grain. Make sure all equipment is thoroughly cleaned and inspected before using it for grain.