Testing the waters, one harvest at a time
WALNUT – James Schoff is trying something different, and it’s raising as many questions as it is answering.
Schoff, who has been farming for 18 years, works 2,700 acres just southwest of Walnut, is participating in the Pursuit of 300 program, which was started by the Mosaic Co. last August to encourage farmers to try new methods to increase their yield.
Mosaic Co., based in Plymouth, Minn., sells crop nutrients that include potash and phosphate, among several other products. The Pursuit of 300 program was designed to foster communication between farmers and the company’s agronomists as to how a 300-bushel-per-acre yield could be realized.
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