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20 Years of Field Data Video Series



Part 1: Overview and PH

Greg Reisz, President, and Owner of E4 Crop Intelligence talks about the collection of field data that has been collected by E4 for the past 20 years. In Part 1 he goes over the background of the study and how E4 uses this data to make better decisions for you as a customer, also in this video Greg






Part 2: Phosphorus

In Part 2 of the Field Data Series, Greg Reisz talks about Phosphorus and the noticeable decline in levels found from the yield data that has been accumulated in the past 20 years.






Part 3: Corn Price

In Part 3 of the Field Data Series, Greg Reisz talks about Corn Price and the fluctuations of price and yields shown from the collection of field data from the past 20 years, and what E4 recommends to get optimized results from your yield.






Part 4: Potassium

E4’s soil and agronomy experts act as the boots on the ground in your field. We offer midwest independent soil sampling services with a national reach. E4 provides valuable data and farm intelligence for a range of crops across the U.S., working with growers from Idaho to North






Part 5: Precipitation

We offer precision ag products and services in Iowa, Nebraska, and across the U.S. that help you use data to optimize your ROI. We have worked with precision equipment for almost 20 years, giving us the expertise and experience to help you find the right equipment for your operation.






Part 6: Soybean Yield

Our Benchmarking service allows you to see how your operation stacks up against others of a similar size and type. With access to a large data pool of private growing data (identities kept confidential), we are able to bring fact-based insights that can improve your farming or management practices and identify opportunities for growth.






Part 7: Organic Matter

In Part 7 of the Field Data Series, Greg Reisz talks about Organic Matter (OM) and the Increase in levels, and what can be done to continue and improve yields, by looking at OM and other data that has been collected in the past 20 years.