As farmers ourselves, we've built a team that works hard to develop methods and technologies that maximize yield potential and more efficiently manage inputs. Why? Because the farmer is at the heart of everything we do. Learn more.

rethink nitrogen management

Of all the factors that contribute to production costs and yield, nitrogen has one of the largest impacts. 360 Yield Center offers new tools that allow you to measure and supply the right amount of N when the plant is ready to use it. Learn more.



Reduces header loss by 80% by closing the gaps in traditional deck plates and gathering chains. Learn more.


A portable soil testing system that provides you with real-time, zone-specific soil nitrate analyses. Learn more.

360 Y-DROP®

Unique design enables you to apply late-season nitrogen — even up to tassel. Learn more.

360 Y-DROP® Sidedress

Application system that places liquid nitrogen at the base of the corn plant — directly above the root mass. Learn more.


Apply fungicides, insecticides and nutrients under the crop canopy. Learn more.


NH3 application technology for better row-to-row accuracy and a wider window of application. Learn more.


Unique, patented design chops and crimps stalks for better residue management and nitrogen availability. Learn more.


Ripper point with wings that lift and fracture the complete soil profile for improved root penetration. Learn more.




Benefits of Converting Your Bar to 360 Y-DROP Sidedress

This year, as you prepare for side dress season, consider converting your bar to 360 Y-DROP Sidedress. There are numerous reasons why 360 Y-DROP Sidedress is an effective and efficient choice for side dress application. Optimized placement of nitrogen is the biggest draw of the 360 Y-DROP Sidedress system. Studies… Read More

A to Z of Crop Nutrients: Zinc (Zn)

As we continue to examine the micronutrients, let’s focus on Zinc. Zinc performs multiple functions in a corn plant. It is important in many enzymatic reactions and protein synthesis, and can also impact hormone production which affects growth and can cause shortened or stacked nodes. In corn, interveinal chlorosis in… Read More

A to Z of Crop Nutrients: Iron (Fe) and Molybdenum (Mo)

In a way, Iron and Molybdenum act quite differently in relation to the soil.  Molybdenum (Mo) becomes more available as the pH levels in your soil increase, while Iron (Fe) is quite the opposite and becomes more available at lower pH levels.  These two micronutrients are a great example of… Read More

A to Z of Crop Nutrients – Thinking Small

Because primary and secondary nutrients are required by the plant in larger amounts, they’re often a limiting factor in crop production. However, the combination of higher intensity soil sampling with data anlysis and mapping programs allow us to have a much deeper understanding of how and when to rectify fertility… Read More

A to Z of Crop Nutrients – The Basics

This is the first of a series of blogs focused on crop nutrients. The first part of the series will deal with the actual nutrients themselves and then we will dive into concepts such as CEC, pH, liming, soil structure and other concepts. There are seventeen known chemical elements that… Read More

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Proving Grounds 2017

August 8, 2017 - August 10, 2017
Tremont, IL

Join 360 Yield Center during a one-day event on Aug. 8, Aug. 9,  or Aug. 10 in Tremont, IL. for the ultimate field day experience at the 2017 Proving Grounds.

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