In this month's newsletter we introduce Brian Jaasko, who works in our new coating division. Additionally, we announce that Hudson has made the 2009-2010 MD/VA Turfgrass Variety Recommendations List and cover part 3 of our discussion on "The NitroCoat® Advantage".
In our February newsletter, we make some observations about relative acreage for the 2010 crop, announce some exciting news about Persist Orchardgrass and the return of Takena Orchardgrass. Finally, we wrap things up with a Key #7 from "Ten Keys to a Profitable Forage Program".
This month we start off with a market watch. As usual, March-April movement has been dictated by the weather. Next, we introduce an new cover crop product: Tillage Radish®. Finally, we present Key #8 from "Ten Keys to a Profitable Forage Program”.
In this issue we present new data for Cajun II forage tall fescue, talk about how Rendition, Titan Ltd. and Covenant II are being used in specialty situations, and provide Key #10 from Ten Keys to a Profitable Forage Program.
Harvest is here—almost. In this newsletter, we talk about the state of the Oregon grass seed harvest and the value of Crimson Clover.
This month we talk about solutions for nitrate management, the benefits of coating with the right inoculants and that we now offer premium inoculants at competitive pricing.
In this issue we provide a short update on the harvest and on shipping woes, discuss the usefulness of hairy vetch and make a few other announcements about some of our products and services.
In this month's newsletter we provide an update on shipping woes and the Canadian harvest. Additionally, we talk about the use of cover crops and our view of this growing market.
This month we are very excited to announce that we have completely revised our Diamond Brand Grass Seed Packaging! We also provide a market/crop report and a little bit of history about Smith Seed Services.