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Georgia gardener raves about Monty’s products

July 8, 2016

By Bill McCluskey When I was a kid living in Oklahoma we always raised three garden spots. We used a couple of different plant foods on our gardens, but then I left home to become a U.S. Marine and got away from gardening in 1966. I now wonder what our gardens would have looked like…

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The Mill team blown away by Monty’s Liquid Carbon

June 4, 2015

We could tell a huge difference in the treated and untreated area of that field the first year. We repeated the test the second year and were absolutely blown away. The corn was almost twice as tall and the yield was over 50 bushels more where we applied Monty’s Carbon for just two years.” We…

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Weeds no match for Nanoboost!

June 3, 2015

We’re in the middle of glyphosate-resistant marestail country and resistant giant ragweeds, common ragweeds, pigweeds and others are rapidly becoming just as prevalent. We introduced our farmers to Monty’s Nanoboost a few years ago as an aid in trying to get better control of marestail during post-emergent applications of glyphosate. We’ve used 2 ounces per…

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Better quality wheat and soybeans in North Dakota

June 3, 2015

Duane Tempas has farmed 2,000 acres in Litchville, North Dakota for more than two decades.  After learning about Monty’s at the Big Iron Farm Show in Fargo a few years ago, he decided to try some products on his spring wheat and soybean crops. “I’m always looking for something new,” he said.   “I use traditional…

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Kentucky Tobacco Producer “Amazed” by Results

June 2, 2015

Larry Strange, Monty’s Territory Manager, Sales and Agronomy Support, has been visiting with some growers in the Scottsville area with Terry, co-owner of Allen County Services. “We had a chance to visit with a large tobacco producer who told us that we basically saved his crop this year”, Larry said. “He said that when he…

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Pennsylvania Dairy Farmer Solves Manure Odor Issue with Monty’s Plant Food Program

June 1, 2015

Mike Heimbach, a dairy farmer located outside of Selinsgrove,  Pennsylvania is relieved to have found a solution to a major odor and texture issue he was experiencing in his million-gallon manure slurry tank. For years, Heimbach experienced major issues with compaction of solids in the slurry tank. On several occasions, he had to drain the…

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