American Plains Co-op News

Co-op Members Meet with Campbells Sustainability Lead

Co-op Members Meet with Campbells Sustainability Lead

Aug 17, 2023 | American Plains Coop
The discussion centered around regenerative agriculture and what food companies like Campbells are looking for when it comes to sourcing grain for consumer products.
American Plains Co-op and Land O'Lakes Join Forces to Make Donations to Deserving Recipients

American Plains Co-op and Land O'Lakes Join Forces to Make Donations to Deserving Recipients

Jul 07, 2023 | American Plains Coop
American Plains Co-op is proud to announce a series of donations in partnership with the Land O'Lakes Foundation to support three very deserving recipients – The Kansas Food Bank, The Oklahoma Regional Food Bank, and Sully’s Foundation.  This collaborative ef...
Oklahoma Locations Fuel Pump Updates Beginning May 1st

Oklahoma Locations Fuel Pump Updates Beginning May 1st

Apr 26, 2023 | American Plains Coop
Exciting news! Beginning May 1st, American Plains Co-op will begin migrating the fuel site systems at our Oklahoma Locations (except Drummond) to match the current Triple E system used at our Kansas Locations
American Plains Co-op App Now Available!

American Plains Co-op App Now Available!

Apr 24, 2023 | American Plains Coop
American Plains Co-op is excited to announce that we have launched a fantastic grower app powered by the Bushel platform.
Moser Named as American Plains Co-op CEO

Moser Named as American Plains Co-op CEO

Feb 23, 2023 | American Plains Coop
GREAT BEND, Kansas – The Board of Directors of Americans Plains Co-op is excited to announce that they have completed their executive search and have named Bryan Moser as their next Chief Executive Officer.  
2023 Truterra Carbon Program Open Enrollment

2023 Truterra Carbon Program Open Enrollment

Feb 15, 2023 | American Plains Coop
Since 2021, American Plains Co-op has helped return over $1 Million in Carbon Credit Offset dollars to your neighbors. Are you ready to join them?   

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Agronomy Articles

Close up of a spray nozzle distributing a burndown herbicide.

Take Care of Early Spring Weeds Before Planting

Jan 24, 2024 | Answer Plot
If you deal with winter or spring annual weeds in your fields, it's important to consider including a spring burndown herbicide application. Winter annuals, including marestail, resume growing as soon as temperatures get warm. Not only do they steal water and nutrients from t...
Crop protection sprayer parked in front of grain bins.

3 Tips to Optimize Pre-emergence Weed Control

Jan 03, 2024 | Answer Plot
Drought conditions, expanding herbicide resistance and limited herbicide availability mean you may not have achieved the weed control you expected last season. That could create more challenges for management this year, requiring a proactive plan to limit yield loss. Use these ti...
Close up of corn at tassle.

Use Response-To Fungicide Scores to Make Data-Based Decisions

Nov 28, 2023 | Answer Plot
Whether selecting which hybrids to plant or determining which fields to spray with fungicide, use response-to fungicide (RTF) scores to help inform your decisions. RTF scores can help you make tailored, hybrid-specific choices based on years of reliable yield data.  The V...
Wheat field

3 Tips for Choosing the Right Wheat Seed Treatment

Aug 11, 2023 | Answer Plot
When choosing wheat seed, making sure you have a high-quality seed treatment to protect your investment is an important step in the process. Here are three questions to consider when mapping out your wheat strategy.  1. Who’s Applying The Seed Treatment?  Th...
Inspecting roots of corn crop

3 Tips for More Economical Fungicide Applications

Jul 10, 2023 | Answer Plot
When weighing purchase decisions, there are many factors to consider, but when push comes to shove, it’s all about the ROI potential. Here are three steps you can take to make more economical fungicide decisions, regardless of what the season brings.   1. Identify ...