Coastal AgroBusiness – Solutions for a Productive Future

We participate in the most noble industry in the world. To feed and clothe the world is a daunting yet rewarding challenge enabling a higher standard of living for all people. Coastal AgroBusiness accepts the challenge before us by employing comprehensive knowledge-based problem solving for customers while adhering to the strictest standards of industry and environmental stewardship. We have set ourselves apart as a premier agricultural solutions provider by adopting standards of business second to none. We adapt to changes in technology and information while proving to be a trusted and reliable supplier of vital products, ideas and solutions. This vision requires bold leadership as we continually strive to meet the challenge of an abundant and productive future.

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Solar Farming: Not a Good Use of Agricultural Land

  • December 11th, 2015

By: Ron Heiniger
NCSU Professor and Extension Specialist,
Corn/Soybeans/Small Grains
Crop Science

You can’t help but notice changes on the landscape of agriculture in North Carolina in the form of solar farms. The question arises are these uses of agricultural land a good thing or something we will come to [...]

  • Trilogy Tray – The Future Today

Trilogy Tray – The Future Today

  • December 9th, 2015
Achieve better and more consistent tobacco transplant results with the latest advancement in float tray technology – the Trilogy Tray.  The Trilogy Tray is an injection molded plastic float tray made from recyclable material. It is produced to have more consistent characteristics from season to season, and its patent pending design yields a better plant with faster and more consistent germination.
  • Boost Fall Tillering in Winter Wheat with Impact F

Boost Fall Tillering in Winter Wheat with Impact F

  • November 20th, 2015

Higher tiller counts in the late fall and early winter have a big impact on yield potential. Early tillering produces larger and more grains per head, which accounts for a high percentage of yield. Wheat needs to go into the winter with enough tillers to indicate good root establishment; [...]

  • Broadcasting versus Drilling Wheat

Broadcasting versus Drilling Wheat

  • November 2nd, 2015

The best time to plant wheat in most NC counties is from late September through the first week in November with October being the best month. Unfortunately, this is a busy time of year as soybeans and cotton harvest tend to monopolize our time. Ideally, by Thanksgiving all of [...]

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