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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

Agronomic Management for Reduced Nitrate Leaching
1/20/2020

The leaching of nitrate to groundwater and the increasing occurrence of groundwater with excessive nitrate levels for human consumption are of major concern in Nebraska. The amount of leached NO3– depends on soil NO3– concentration at different soil depth layers and the quantity of water movement downward through these soil layers to beyond the root zone. Nitrate-N […]

Senate Passes USMCA
1/17/2020

Just one day after the U.S. and China signed a Phase One trade deal, the Senate passed the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Trade Agreement (USMCA). Donald J. Trump ✔@realDonaldTrump One of the greatest trade deals ever made! Also good for China and our long term relationship. 250 Billion Dollars will be coming back to our Country, and we are […]

U.S., China Sign Phase One Trade Deal-Agricultural Purchases Included
1/16/2020

Financial Times writer James Politi reported on Wednesday that, “The US and China have signed an agreement to pause the trade war that has weighed on the global economy for nearly two years, while leaving in place tariffs on hundreds of billions of dollars of Chinese imports. “The so-called phase one deal signed at the White House on Wednesday offers […]

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