In an era where agricultural budgets are increasingly constrained, growers continue to face mounting pressure to optimize crop input expenditures without compromising performance. This is where BW Fusion steps in, revolutionizing agronomic decision-making by streamlining product selection. Rather than offering a generic recommendation for all growers, we provide solutions that are tailored to your field’s unique requirements.
As soon as the combines stop running this season, preparation for next season begins. Preparation shouldn’t start with anything other than Meltdown. This powerful residue digester puts the stubble left behind in fields this fall to work, driving nutrient cycling for next year’s crop. It’s time to let our biology and soil work for us to help achieve our goals.
Through BW Fusion’s 30+ years of research and data, we’ve unlocked the secret behind crop growth—healthy, thriving ecosystems. When soils are rich in biological diversity and activity, they are able to provide sustainable nutrition to plants.
As standards crumble around us and society fills with fear, insecurity and indecision, true leaders are revealed. Where most flock like sheep, blindly following the path laid out for them, lions emerge from the pack—true leaders forging their own path without fear. American farmers are the lions leading a new path forward.
We often hear concerns from growers about how pH impacts survivability of the microorganisms within BW Fusion biological crop nutrition products. We're telling you everything you need to know about water quality.
Harvest is right around the corner. That means it’s time to make sure you’re prepared for what comes next in your fields. Getting microbes in your soil this fall gives them months to build a thriving microbial community for next spring’s crop. We’re answering some of your top questions about BW Fusion’s post-harvest biological crop nutrition products.
Devin Baker, Inside Sales/Technical Agronomist at BW Fusion, brings you his top takeaways this season from the fields of Indiana, Ohio and Michigan.
Learn how a Guthrie County, Iowa, grower saw their phosphorus and potassium levels double after just two years of applying Meltdown.
While harvest is a time of great joy, reaping the rewards of a season full of hard work, it also comes with inevitable risk. Farming is a dangerous job, especially when harvest comes around. As you hit the fields this fall, keep these tips in mind to protect your people.
“What’s wrong with my soybeans? They just aren’t very deep green, and they’re growing slowly.” A question we’ve heard all too often this growing season. In the past, the problem has often been Iron Deficiency Chlorosis (IDC) and HPPD inhibitor chemical carryover. But this year, another factor may be at play.
AmiNo™ is an amino acid nitrogen source designed to be used in a foliar application. By foliar feeding AmiNo™, we’re able to speed up the protein synthesis process while conserving energy that would’ve been required to convert nitrogen into amino acids.
Through decades of research, we’ve seen the benefits of biological crop nutrition products on soil health and fertility firsthand. We’ve seen growers drastically reduce their input costs through the use of BW Fusion biologicals—some have even completely eradicated traditional fertilizer applications of certain nutrients. See how biologicals can help maximize fall fertility.
We know BW-Meltdown is a residue-digesting machine, but did you know it actually does even more work behind the scenes? From the 10 years of data we have supporting Meltdown, we’ve proven one of the secrets behind how Meltdown takes yields to another level.
BW Fusion recently announced a partnership with Purdue University Athletics, one of the nation's top agricultural universities. The strategic partnership brings together two leaders in the agricultural industry.
From the open fields of Nebraska to deep in the heart of Texas, Buck Breazeale has seen quite a variety of fields this season. Based on his observations from the field, here are the top three things you need to know right now.
The nodal root system acts as corn's control system, working day and night to develop a healthy crop. Learn how to maximize your plant’s nodal root system.