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We're out & about - stop by & say hi?

Stop by booth 218 at the Wisconsin Crop Management conference in the Madison, WI Alliant Energy Center and say hi to Pete! Or, if you're at the South Dakota Ag Retail show in Sioux Falls, stop by booth 58 & say hi to Glen! Later this month we'll be at the Iowa Power Farming Show and the Iowa Turfgrass conference — both in Des Moines, IA!   And in February, you can find us at: The Golf Industry Show Feb. 6-7. We don't have a booth but our Brian Milam will be there to talk to customers and introduce other folks to our products' amazing impact on turf! Agribusiness Assoc. of Iowa show on Feb. 12-13 (booth 121). Our own Craig Dick will even be speaking at 10 a.m. & 11 a.m. on Feb. 12.  
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Women, food & ag conference in Des Moines

We wanted to pass on some info on a January event that sounds fabulous — "Women Transforming the Landscape" is the 2012 Women, Food & Agriculture Network's annual conference. This year it's Jan. 20-21 in Des Moines and includes a keynote by Debra Eschmeyer, program director of FoodCorps. The conference includes a progressive dinner at some local restaurants and a great local winery. Definitely sounds like a great event. Check it out or share it with women you know who may be interested!
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Blending SO4 with fertilizers

We got a question today on Twitter about blending calcium sulfate with other fertilizers so we're sharing the answer with everyone.... Our SuperCal SO4 gypsum (calcium sulfate) is compatible with any standard fertilizer. You should blend it to meet our application rate on the bag. Target your application at roughly 10-20 lbs of our product per 1000 square feet.  Our calcium sulfate is analyzed at (0-0-0-21Ca, 17S), so for each 100 lbs of product, there is 21 lbs calcium and 17 lbs sulfate. That means in 10 lbs of product, there would be 2.1 lbs calcium and 1.7 lbs sulfate applied over the 1000 square feet. Example, if you have a fertilizer that is 10-10-10 and you are targeting 1 lb of N per 1000 square feet, you need 10 lbs of that fertilizer to accomplish that. If you want to blend in our product to supply Ca and S for…
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