Franklin Farmers Co-op offers seed solutions to ensure your operation is performing at its peak. We offer a full line of seeds from major seed manufacturers, and our agronomists work closely with farmers to make sure they are receiving the best quality seed per acre. Our sales specialists continually study to learn all the top-producing seed varieties for our area.
Understanding your soil is key to a successful crop yield. Turn to the agronomy experts at Franklin Farmers Co-op for optimal soil health. We’ll come out and take a soil sample, then combine the leading technology in agronomy to find a perfect solution for your soil. Take care of the soil and it will take care of you!
At Franklin Farmers Co-op, our agronomists can work with your farming plans to help you identify the best selections to fit all your variables into any one crop year or long-term package. We know your needs vary from season to season and crop to crop when it comes to spraying, herbicide application, and fertilization. With a full line of products from WinField United, Bayer, and other top brands, we have what you need to keep your crop protected from planting to harvest.
Technology is always evolving in agriculture. At Franklin Farmers Co-op, we strive to stay at the forefront of technological advances to help producers maximize every acre. We offer variable rate fertilizer spreading, soil sampling, tissue sampling, and we can also write prescriptions for lime spreading and spraying. We’re proud to work with producers to confidently face the challenges of farming.
Cotton harvest checklist
As the hot days of September begin, farmers across the Southeast are preparing for harvest. In cotton country, preparation often involves pulling the cotton pickers into the shop and pe...
An ounce of prevention
The first seven months of 2022 have evaporated, and mid-South farmers now find themselves within a stone’s throw of harvest season. Gone are the days of relying on time-worn hunch...
In terms of agriculture, annual ryegrass has traditionally been viewed as a southern forage best suited to states that border the Gulf coast. But in recent years, new hybrids and ...
Tips For Managing Drought-Stressed Fields
You can purchase the right equipment, seed and inputs to set your season up for success, but you can’t control the weather. Navigating the challenges of Mother Nature is one of th...
5 Ways to Find Success With Fungicides
It’s time to bust the myth once and for all that fungicides aren’t worth investing in. Research has continually shown yield advantages when a fungicide application is made. ...
6 Disease Management Tips for Corn and Soybeans
Diseases may already be showing up in your corn and soybean fields, so it’s a good time to be scouting your fields for early signs of trouble. With plenty of the season still left...
Quality fertilizer application is critical every year, but the spotlight is intense on this field-pass given current input costs. No matter the application system used, factors su...