Envision News

Envision's Main Station Hardware Store Closed

Feb 19, 2020 | Envision
Thank you to our customers for all your support and business over the many years, we greatly appreciate it! Please note our offices and shop will remain open at the Main Station.

Donation to the Prairie Village Museum

Dec 17, 2019 | Envision
The Prairie Village Museum in Rugby, North Dakota was recognized by Envision Cooperative with a donation totally $15,000!

What's Protecting Your Seed?

Sep 18, 2019 | Envision
This year’s challenging planting season showed the value that seed treatments have in protecting yield potential.

Reading and Understanding Pesticide Labels

May 15, 2019 | Envision
Pesticides are very beneficial when used properly and treated with caution and respect.

How To Read A Propane Tank Gauge

Feb 21, 2019 | Envision
Just a friendly reminder, be sure to check your propane and fuel levels on a regular basis. When your propane level is at 20% or your fuel level is at a quarter of a tank, give us a call at 776-5221, or you can place an order online at anytime.

Ag Tech News

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Organize Now to Get the Most From Next Year’s Data

Dec 29, 2021 | Answer Tech
There are many innovative technology tools to help farmers harness, dissect and apply data to improve their operations. However, there’s not one tool that does it all, so it can be a challenge to organize files and information across all platforms. Here are some considerati...
Farmer evaluates data on a tablet while standing in a soybean field.

Leverage the R7 Tool for Season-long Crop Management

Nov 29, 2021 | Answer Tech
Planning for 2022 is underway, and you’re probably busy evaluating yield data and applying it to management decisions for next year. Now is a great time to talk to your WinField® United retailer about the R7® Tool, a suite of ag tech tools that can help you optimize...
Combine in corn field at harvest.

Leverage Harvest Data to Drive Next Season’s Crop Decisions

Oct 12, 2021 | Answer Tech
With today’s ag technology tools and in-season imagery options, it should be easier than ever for farmers to collect data to inform their seed and crop protection product decisions. But even though all that data can be beneficial, it can also be overwhelming. Where do they ...
Close up of mature corn cob on the stalk prior to harvest.

How to Use Tech Tools to Predict Corn Drydown

Sep 02, 2021 | Answer Tech
The need to monitor drydown trends in your cornfields comes at one of the busiest times of the season. Prioritizing sample collection and stand assessment in every field is difficult with only so many hours in the day. Let tech give you a global perspective and help put your mind...
WinField United farmer holding iPad.

When it Comes to Data, Demand Quality and Personalization

Aug 17, 2021 | Answer Tech
With both established and new companies offering many types of data sources, it can be difficult to decipher truth from hype. Not sure if you’re getting the most value out of your data? Here are four checks your data should meet. Valid. If data is not valid or backed by s...
R7 Tool Screenshot

Use In-Season Tools to Illuminate Opportunities

Jun 07, 2021 | Answer Tech
During the growing season, every minute counts. Many times, extra hands are hard to come by and more hours in the day are not an option. However, quality technology that is properly leveraged can quickly detect field problems and successes to help you know exactly where to focus ...
Early season field

Address Early-Season Issues With Technology

May 27, 2021 | Answer Tech
After the rush of spring planting, it can be hard to monitor every field for in-season problems such as poor stands, seedling diseases, winterkill, early-season pests and weed pressure. There’s just not time to go back and manually scout every field, but early detection of ...

Advanced Acre Rx Trials Demonstrate the Value of Holistic Management

Dec 22, 2020 | Answer Tech
Some farmers say that farming is a gamble — you never know what unexpected challenges the season will bring. While there’s certainly truth to that sentiment, it’s always best to know how to stack the deck in your favor. That comes from finding the right partner ...
Farm Silos

Watch: Tie Seed Selection to Local Agronomic Recommendations

Dec 09, 2020 | Answer Tech
How do genetics, traits, yield environment and management practices impact your corn and soybean seed choices? WinField United’s Dan Griffin, technical seed agronomist, and Joe Rickard, regional agronomist, discuss considerations for corn and soybean choices for 2021. &nbs...
Machine in front of grain bins at sunrise

Have Tech on Tap for Next Season

Oct 01, 2020 | Answer Tech
You probably have your seed and crop inputs ordered or maybe already in the barn. But how’s your ag technology planning going for next season? Work with your local trusted advisor now to determine how to best leverage ag tech tools to help reach your goals in the coming yea...
Seeds in a planter

Get Precise About Seed Decisions Using Ag Tech

Sep 23, 2020 | Answer Tech
Every farmer knows how important it is to start the season by planting the right seed — and they understand how difficult it can be to determine what hybrids and varieties will work best with the environmental conditions they have on their operations.     ...
Irrigation in field

Farmer Lets Tech Steer His Irrigation and Nutrient Strategies

Sep 01, 2020 | Answer Tech
As a farmer, you don’t need another task on your plate; you want something that’s going to help you manage what’s already there. And though irrigation may be an essential part of your operation, it takes time to scout and probe for moisture deficits, set up the ...
Silage harvester and a truck at silage harvest

Tap Into Tech for Silage Harvest

Aug 06, 2020 | Answer Tech
There are probably a number of qualities you’re looking for in your corn silage crop, including adequate nutrient and moisture levels as well as optimal tonnage. One way you can help ensure optimal ROI and yield potential is by using the appropriate ag technology to manage ...
Insects on corn crop

Focus Scouting Efforts With Ag Tech Tools

Jul 20, 2020 | Answer Tech
Spring and early summer are always busy for farmers. But 2020 has brought many unforeseen challenges that have made this time of year even more hectic. With so much to consider this year, scouting fields may become a lower priority. However, ag technology tools can help you targe...
Farmer walking in field

Broadening Connections to Deliver In-Season Insights

Jul 15, 2020 | Answer Tech
In today’s connected world, the ability to access your on-farm data quickly, easily and securely is essential. Accessing your data to make informed decisions in-season can drive profitability on your operation.   Now there’s a new way to make data more readil...

Advanced Acre Trials to Show Value of Data-Backed Approach

Jun 26, 2020 | Answer Tech
In today’s challenging and changing marketplace, quality data, ag technology and agronomic expertise are critical tools that enable farmers to make informed decisions and manage for optimal return on investment (ROI) throughout the season.   This season, the WinFie...
In-season wheat field

Understand the Value of Tissue Testing

Apr 27, 2020 | Answer Tech
Knowing whether or not your plants are absorbing the nutrients you’re feeding them is important information in the heat of the season and when planning for next year.   Tissue testing is an additional tool you and your trusted advisor can use to create an in-season n...

Monitor Fields to Track Trends

Apr 18, 2020 | Answer Tech
Take advantage of technology to understand trends occurring in your fields. The R7® Field Monitoring Tool from WinField United lets you and your agronomist track a crop’s vigor status to determine if a field needs attention. Different-colored pins indicate higher-than-a...
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Can You Trust Crop Models?: Episode 118

Jan 31, 2020 | Answer Tech
On this week’s episode of The Deal With Yield® podcast, host Joel Wipperfurth and guest host Corey Evans discuss crop modeling technology and the components of an effective crop model. Hear about their experience using models with farmers in 2019 and how insights from c...