Brian Ashford is a manager and owner of Cherry Farms Seed Company where they produce wheat and soybean seeds. His experience using ESN in the fall gave his crops health throughout the winter, with better appearance, tillering, color and the ability to recover from cold weather. With an average of 18-bushel yield difference, Ashford says ESN provides a valuable return on investment. Maintaining water quality is also a big deal, and ESN enables him to do that. He will continue to use ESN, especially on winter wheat, and encourages his other commercial production growers to do the same. ESN at planting time on wheat is a no brainer!