Online Seed Sales, LLC Spotlighted in “Successful Farming” Article

Farmers can buy planter parts, farm equipment, and even land from the convenience of a smartphone. But seeds? Successful Farming® research shows that just 4% of farmers across the United States have tried online seed sales. Joel Davidson, however, aims to grow that number. Davidson is sales and account lead of Online Seed Sales (OLSS), […]

Use practices such as starter fertilizer, split applications and stabilizers to ensure nutrients are available to the crop early and during the entire growing season.

You’re busy prepping equipment for the 2022 planting season and anxiously awaiting the first chance to get in the field. And you don’t want your neighbors to beat you. Still, don’t skimp on fertilizer applications to get there. “Up to 60% of crop yield is dependent on soil fertility,” says Taylor Purucker, Mosaic Co. eastern North America […]

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Diseases That May Impact Your Corn Seeds

Growing corn is a beneficial career option and can be very useful for farmers who want to break into a bigger market. However, even the best seed corn in Hastings, Iowa, can suffer from diseases that compromise their health. Therefore, it is crucial to understand these conditions and what you can do to prevent them. By […]


The Best Corn Seed Storage Tips for Your Needs

Do you have corn seed in Hastings, Nebraska that ends up getting wasted every year? This problem is one that affects many farmers and growers and can be exasperating. It can also be costly if your seeds end up getting too damaged and force you to buy even more for next year’s planting. As a result, […]

OLSS taking the “Show on the Road”!

We at are very exited to have a booth at the 2019 Husker Harvest Days in Grand Island, NE September 10th – 12th.  We have attended a handful of shows the last 2 years, but never the “Granddaddy” of Nebraska.  We will be located in the North DI building, booth 1505.  Also, assuming everything […]

What to plant when taking prevent-plant

If planting corn or soybeans this spring isn’t in the cards and you’ve opted to take the prevent-plant provision of crop insurance, there are a host of reasons why planting cover crops in lieu of keeping land idle is a good decision.  This article in “Successful Farming” by Bill Spiegel answers some of the prevent-plant […]

Making Every Dollar Count

With weather difficulties this planting season delaying farmers’ efforts to get their crops in the ground, uncertainties surrounding U.S. trade policies and rising expenses, farmers are looking at alternatives in their business practices to adjust to the ongoing financial realities.  Robert Pore with the Grand Island Independent caught up with a Wood River, Nebraska farmer […]