AGRONOMY  10/25/21 9:13:30 AM

At Mid-Wood, Inc. Agronomy Services, our goal is to provide our customers with expert information, honest cropping recommendations, and superior services that will be agronomically, economically and enviromentally correct. We pride ourselves in offering quality products, at a fair market value, that will enhance our customers' profitability. Doing business with the same name and your partners in crop production since 1967. At Mid-Wood Agronomy Services we feed the land that feeds the world!

For more information contact:

Edward K. Miller
Vice President/Agronomy

12965 Defiance Pike
Cygnet, Ohio  43413
Phone: 419-352-5231

Mid-Wood Inc., Agronomy Services, with it's four branches, is headquartered in Wood County, one of the top grain producing counties in Ohio. We have Certified Crop Advisors on our professional staff with plants in Bascom, Cygnet, Plymouth, and Tontogany. We have experienced employees with many years of service in the agricultural industry. We offer crop consulting services, seed treating services, grid soil sampling, variable rate fertilizer applications, as well as a host of other services to our farmer customers in Wood, Henry, Hancock, Huron, Lucas, Richland, Sandusky,Seneca and Crawford counties. 

For further information contact:

Cygnet  - Cooperative  Services  Center

Office - 419-760-6031
Plant Manager/CN Product Manager - Jeremie Pennington - 419-409-0369
Office Manager - Tina Solly - 567-316-1709

Office - 419-823-4341
Plant Manager/Sales Agronomist - Kurt Ramthun, C.C.A. - 419-409-0375

Office - 419-687-4097
VP of Agronomy/Plant Manager - Ed Miller - 419-409-0365
Crop Specialist - Amanda Kramer - 419-601-9714
Sales Agronomist - Dave Fierbaugh, C.C.A. - 419-769-9111

Sales Agronomist - Derek Sweeting, C.C.A. - 419-806-7079 
CP Product Manager/Office Manager - Maggie Phillips - 419-687-4097

Office - 419-937-2323
Plant Manager/Crop Specialist - Jeff Fox - 419-618-4968 
Office Manager - Susie Coppus - 419-937-2323


  • Cover crops are an important management tool in reducing nutrient losses from agricultural fields.
  • Species selection should be driven by the specific goal/(s) of the farmer.
  • Single species cover crops may be easiest to get started with, but the spectrum of benefits may be narrower than a multiple-species mixture.
  • Mixed cover crop species generally provide a more diverse array of benefits to meet goals but may be more complex to manage.
  • Successful integration of cover crops requires intensive and timely management.

  • Soil nutrient availability and fertilizer use efficiency is pH sensitive.
  • Grid sampling provides the best method for measuring pH differences.
  • Field variance of soil pH is driven by yields, ammonium fertilizer and manure applications since the last pH correction.

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