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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

Sampling for Soybean Cyst Nematode – Fall is the Time!
10/15/2019

Harvest is well underway and once the soybeans are off the fields this provides some time to sample soil for the SCN populations.  The SCN Coalition theme for the next few years is What’s your number?  Do you know which fields have SCN and what the current population is sitting at?  If its high, then there […]

Corn and Soybeans Move Higher on Supply and Trade
10/15/2019

Strong price rallies in both corn and soybeans closed out the week after a mixed reaction on Thursday.  Corn prices initially fell due to higher than expected production levels.  Severe winter weather over a substantial area of the Corn Belt, along with a possible limited trade deal, brought the subsequent rally on Friday.  If the […]

Drying and Storing Expected High-moisture Corn
10/14/2019

The killing frost from Nebraska to North Dakota this weekend has ended corn development in much of the Northern High Plains. According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National Agricultural Statistics Service, nearly 100% of the corn in Nebraska had reached full dent on October 6. Only 74% had reached maturity. “It is important to […]

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