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Give Yourself a Round of Applause

During winter travels, I’ve had the chance to do just that, and I want to applaud the industry as a whole for moving the needle as it relates to grower education and seed treatments. It’s clear to me that growers are taking note and paying attention to the many seminars, educational sessions, one-on-one conversations, brochures […]

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What do Farmers Value?

It wasn’t that long ago when I’d be at a farm show and the majority of attendees wouldn’t say anything to me or my colleagues about seed treatments or the equipment used to treat the seed. Today, farmers recognize the systems in place that contribute to quality seed and performance in the field, and it’s […]

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4 Tips to Finish Strong

After weeks of running non-stop and filling customer orders, you’re finally done … or so you think. I challenge you to not just shut the seed treater down and ignore it for eight months, even though that’s exactly what you feel like doing. A little more work at the end of the season can go […]

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Cultivating a Culture of Service and Support

At KSi, reliable and durable equipment begins by having the same people who design and engineer the equipment be intimately involved in providing service and support. Who knows how to fix or service the equipment better than those who designed and built it? By keeping our engineers close to our customers, they better understand customer […]

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Calibrate. Calibrate. Calibrate.

“If it’s worth doing, it’s worth doing right,” someone once said, and calibrating your seed treatment equipment is no different. Calibrate your seed treatment equipment, or you’ll end up paying for it — one way or another. This could be in the form of liquid shortages or surpluses to treat your seed supply, or even […]

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Bulk Systems: Why You Shouldn’t Rush Things

In our business, we often receive calls in the winter from a customer wanting to begin the process of putting in a bulk seed and treatment system in time for the upcoming spring treating season. The problem is that this gives the customer and the supplier a very short window to get all of the […]

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