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We offer bulk and package products from leading ag manufacturers such as Amvac, BASF, Bayer, DowAgro, DuPont, FMC, Monsanto, and Sygenta.

Besides offering a full array of chemical pesticides, each year Edd’s Supplies publishes a Chemical Program Guide.  This Guide features our most popular and new pesticide programs – describing in detail rates, needed adjuvants, prices and special notes.  This Guide also includes other helpful information, such as Chemical Reference Sheets with statistics like rainfast, re-entry intervals and harvest restrictions.

Bulk Chemicals offer ease of handling and lower cost.  Edd’s Supplies will supply a bulk tank with a purchase of these bulk products: Lumax, Lexar, Degree Xtra, Harness Xtra, Bicep II Mag, Cinch ATZ, Atrazine 9-0, Roundup PowerMax, Touchdown Total, Abundant Xtra and Thundermaster.

Other products can be ordered in mini-bulks, inquire in the office.  All other chemical products are available package.

Recent News

Rising Feed Prices Affect Backgrounding Decisions
11/5/2020

As feed prices rise, calf prices tend to trend lower, according to Karl Hoppe, the North Dakota State University Extension livestock systems specialist based at NDSU’s Carrington Research Extension Center. Feed prices have risen since last summer. For example, corn prices have increased $1 per bushel in some North Dakota markets. Backgrounding cattle is a […]

As Importer’s Need for Corn and Soybeans Seen Rising, Few Countries Currently Competing with U.S. for Export Demand
11/4/2020

Bloomberg News reported last week that, “China’s corn imports could more than double to 17 million tons in 2020-2021 from a year earlier on prospects for a smaller domestic harvest and a recovery in demand for hog feed, according to the head of the logistics information department at COFCO Trading Co. “The increase in imports would also be to meet commitments under the U.S. trade deal, […]

Prevalence of Corn and Soybeans across the Midwest
11/4/2020

Relative acres of corn and soybeans vary across Illinois. Northern Illinois has more corn than soybeans acres and southern Illinois has more soybean than corn acres (see farmdoc daily, October 13, 2020). We provide more information on corn relative to soybean acres across the Midwest in this article. As acreages shift across the nation, this will serve […]

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