Return To Main

Exactrix Help Is A Phone Call Away
           Answers to What, Where and How!

Guy Swanson
     No-Tillage expert, Engineer
Exactrix Global Systems
509.995.1879


  Let us know if you are planning to attend Click HERE

 

 



 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

Exactrix Global Systems LLC
4501 East Trent Ave.
Spokane, WA 99212
(509) 535.9925  fax(509) 535.9989
E-Mail exactrix@exactrix.com

 Dec. 3, 2012
Great Plains No-till Nutrient Management Seminar.
 

Comfort Inn, 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM
You must register by November 27, 2012

Aggressive Growth Requires Advanced Nutrient Management Technology. 
If you are buying land, If you need more margin, If you are looking for answers.
Exactrix Global Systems will allow all producers to meet or exceed the federal guidelines for long term soil productivity.
Some of the most experienced No-tillage nutrient experts in North America will be speaking.
Registration Value Guaranteed. Total Satisfaction or your money back.
Independent, stand alone comments from the producer panels. 

The meeting is Monday, Dec. 3, 2012, Comfort Inn, 9:00AM to 3:00 PM, Catered Lunch.
Comfort Inn, Colby, KS, 785 462 5527.  

Speakers
Guy Swanson, President, Exactrix. Explaining 309 bushels per acre on 500 acres with 12% investment.
Jim Schepers, USDA-ARS retired, reviewing Balance Nutrition in corn production.
David Montgomery, U of W Professor, Historical Geology, Author, Dirt.
Paul Jasa, UNCLE

Tina Barrett, UNL
John Deere AMS program.
Producer Panels in two sessions..
Hydra Hume Specialist with review CEC effect of TAPPS and TAPPKS with Hydra Hume.

Machine Demonstrations and Inspections.
Track Carriers, P-51C Mustangs, Deere 1890, Case SDX.

You must register by November 27, 2012.
Registration Fee is $165.00
Make checks payable to Exactrix
You can request a group rate of 5 or more.
Door prize for whom ever travels the most miles.
We expect several attendees from Canada.

 

Getting Ready for $4.00 Corn.

Cost of Production is going higher�and corn price is coming down more than likely over the next few years.

Reviewed by Tina Barrett, UNL. 
Exactrix reports many farmers have fallen on easy times and have lost their ability to compete.
Several corn farmers are going downhill fast with increasing production costs and the shrinking margin.

It is apparent that nutrient costs and control of nutrient application process is key to being competitive when buying land.
Aggressive Exactrix owners use NH3, APP/ATS, Hydra Hume to make the most crop available nutrient commercially produced.
TAPPS and TAPPKTS formulators allow producer to buy land and make it pencil with Exactrix application and process helping all the way.
Exactrix Technology will pay the interest on many land purchases.

For More Information Please contact EXACTRIX at 509) 535.9925  Fax (509) 535.9989 exactrix@exactrix.com