“We are pleased to be able to bring technology, such as EnzUp to hard working growers such as David Hula who is always working to push yields,” says Brian Haschemeyer, Director of Discovery and Innovation at Brandt.
Typically, farmers are long done with harvest when the calendar flips to a new year. Since that won’t be the case, USDA’s National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS) has to account for acres still standing.
At this point, is it worth the risk of tearing up fields to gather the grain only to spend money to dry the crops? Should you instead take the gamble of in-field loss and just leave the crops until next spring.