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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

Avoiding Harvest Compaction in Wet Soils
10/14/2019

With fall harvest underway across Nebraska, rains have left fields soft and ruts are being cut into the soil in some areas. These ruts leave the soil surface rough and have severe compaction below them. This compaction can impede the crop’s roots next season and increase runoff because of reduced infiltration. Grain carts and the […]

Expect High-moisture Corn at Harvest
10/11/2019

A killing frost is expected within a few days in North Dakota, which will end corn development. According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National Agricultural Statistics Service, 84% of corn in North Dakota had reached full dent on Oct. 6, which likely will result in corn with a test weight of 50 to 53 […]

Consider Toxicity Issues When Fall Grazing
10/9/2019

With forage production abundant in most areas of North Dakota, producers may be using options to extend the grazing season, including stockpiled pasture, hay regrowth and warm- or cool-season annuals. “It is important to consider grazing management and potential plant and animal health implications when evaluating options for fall grazing,” cautions Janna Block, Extension livestock […]

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