Sulfur and Zinc are often considered secondary nutrients, but can be important to crop production. Sulfur deficiency can sometimes be mistaken for nitrogen deficiency (which is not surprising since it helps with nitrogen efficiency). Sulfur can be added with your dry fertilizer blend and also with liquid fertilizer using Ammonium Thiosulfate (12-0-0-26). Zinc is absorbed through the root of the plant and helps with growth regulation and can be added to your dry fertilizer blend.
Ag lime and Pellitized lime - when crops do not do well, we need to consider the PH of the soil. The soil PH tells us more about the soils ability to produce crops than any other measurement. Ag Lime has a five year average cycle, peaking in year three. Pellitized Lime is effective with the current crop year and can be mixed with your dry fertilizer blend. The life of pellitized lime is similar to N-P-K, and is determined by what your crop uses during the growing season.
We carry a wide variety of seed including Brome, K31, Red Clover, Turnips & Radishes (which are an excellent cover crop and winter forage), seed wheat, plus corn and soybean seed from DeKalb/Asgrow, NK and Taylor Seed Farms.