January 2003Volume 3.01
In our first newsletter of the year, we look ahead toward the future as we report on current market and crop situations. Additionally, we share some information about the germination of different turfgrass species.
February 2003Volume 3.02
In our February newsletter, we look forward to spring and share our evaluations of the current market and crop potential. In addition, we offer some tips on marketing and some date about Takena Orchardgrass.
March 2003Volume 3.03
This month we report on findings by the Oregon Ryegrass Growers Seed Commission Assessment and share some information about the characteristics of endophyte.
April 2003Volume 3.04
Our April newsletter reports on the state of crops in the Pacific Northwest and on current market prices. We also talk about the characteristics of orchardgrass and introduce our new bag salesman.
May 2003Volume 3.05
April showers bring May showers, or at least that's what we report on in this month's issue. Additionally, we share some NTEP performance data about Rendition and Titan Ltd. and the increase in the consumption of cheese!
June 2003Volume 3.06
Pop quiz: How much seed can you sell with 15" of rain in 30 days? In this issue, we report on what the weather is doing to the market and crop's. We also look at the latest NTEP reports data for some of our Kentucky Bluegrass and Perennial Ryegrass varieties.
August 2003Volume 3.08
In our August newsletter, we look at the market and compare this year's prices to last. We also give a brief update on the harvest. In addition, we share a press release about Rendition tall fescue.
September 2003Volume 3.09
In this newsletter, we share our hopes the weather will turn in our favor and consumers will increase their buying, a chart about species selection for sports fields and some facts about creeping red fescue.
October 2003Volume 3.10
In this issue, we announce our latest forage release, Bestfor Plus, in addition to updating you on the current market and crop conditions.
November 2003Volume 3.11
In this newsletter, we remind you of the FCC's ruling on faxes, take a look at current market conditions and project next years harvest.
December 2003Volume 3.12
In our last newsletter for the year, we present a special market and crop report from last month's Western Seed Association Convention.