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May 15, 2018

Biocatalyst Technologies a Good Match with Poultry Manures and Litters

Posted by Agricen

Poultry manures and litters are an excellent source of crop nutrients—ones that can be more easily accessed by the crop when Extract PBA or Accomplish LM is used. In the corn trials below, these biocatalyst technologies maximized nutrient release from poultry manures so that more nutrients were available faster to the crop, leading to higher corn yields.  

In a trial conducted in Kentucky, Extract PBA was spread with UAN over turkey manure in the fall. Soil samples from the treated and untreated plots were taken in January, and showed an increase in the availability of many nutrients with the Extract PBA application. At harvest there was a 16.9 bu/acre corn yield increase where Extract PBA had been applied. 

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Topics: Arkansas, Corn, Accomplish LM, Kentucky, Extract PBA

May 9, 2018

Wheat Yield Gain with Accomplish LM

Posted by Agricen

Trial results from North Carolina show how Accomplish LM can offer growers wheat yield gains when broadcast in the spring. 

In a wheat trial conducted last season, Accomplish LM was applied at 2 quarts/acre in the spring along with a nitrogen urease inhibitor and UAN broadcast at 20 gallons/acre. The treated part of the field showed a wheat yield increase of 8.13 bushels/acre, compared to no treatment (UAN alone).

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Topics: Wheat, North Carolina, Accomplish LM

May 1, 2018

Breaking Down Corn Stalk Residue with Extract PBA

Posted by Agricen

In a demonstration conducted by Crop Production Services (CPS) in Galesburg, Illinois, Extract PBA was sprayed in fall 2017 on a corn field post-harvest. In spring of 2018, stalks were pulled and split to examine the differences in residue breakdown between treated and untreated parts of the field. As seen in the photo, the Extract-treated stalks were in a more advanced stage of decomposition than untreated stalks by early spring. 

Extract PBA was sprayed on Nov. 29, 2017. This photo shows corn stalks from treated and untreated parts of the field that were pulled and split on March 23, 2018. 

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Topics: Illinois, Crop Residue, Corn, Extract PBA

April 24, 2018

Understanding the Biochemistry in Accomplish Technologies

Posted by Agricen

Accomplish LM, Extract PBA, and Titan XC contain concentrated biochemistry that helps growers increase nutrient availability to their crop, enhance root growth and functioning, and improve overall plant performance. But, what exactly is biochemistry?

Biochemistry is the chemistry of life. It is created by, in, and from living organisms, such as soil microbes. A number of different biochemistries are created by soil microbes—each serving an important role in soil microbial functioning, and even in plant functioning.

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Topics: Titan, Accomplish LM, Ag Biologicals & Biostimulants, Extract PBA

April 10, 2018

Agricen Hires Scott Lay as Director of Business Development

Posted by Agricen

We're happy to announce the hiring of Scott Lay as director of business development at Agricen. In his new role, Scott will focus on developing plant health technology partnerships and collaborations in emerging market segments and regions. 

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Topics: Corporate & Community

March 27, 2018

[Trial Data] Titan XC Proves Agronomic Benefit in Cotton, Corn & Soybeans

Posted by Agricen

Results from cotton, corn and soybean trials conducted in North Carolina and Virginia last season show how Titan XC can optimize yield potential by enhancing the availability of applied P&K within an annual cropping cycle.

In cotton, treating dry fertilizer with Titan XC led to a yield increase of 328 lbs of lint/acre compared to untreated fertilizer, for a return on investment of over $203/acre for the grower.

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Topics: Soybeans, Cotton, North Carolina, Dry Fertilizer, Corn, Titan, Virginia

February 13, 2018

Agricen and Taranis Awarded Grant for Abiotic Stress Detection & Prevention Project

Posted by Agricen

Agricen and Taranis, a precision agriculture company, have received a grant from the Israel-U.S. Binational Industrial Research and Development (BIRD) Foundation to collaborate on a project to advance and commercialize a new precision agriculture system for abiotic stress detection and prevention in row crops. 

Abiotic stresses are environmental or physical impacts on a plant (e.g., drought, salinity, extreme temperatures, nutrient deficiency), and result in billions of dollars of lost crop value each year. The Agricen/Taranis collaboration will address this agricultural challenge by creating a solution that merges the Taranis platform—which incorporates field imaging technology and a deep learning algorithmwith Agricen’s proven biostimulant technologies.

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Topics: Corporate & Community, Ag Biologicals & Biostimulants

January 3, 2018

Spring-Applied Extract PBA Gives Corn a Big Boost

Posted by Agricen

In this corn field trial from Wood River, Nebraska, a spring application of Extract PBA led to a corn yield result that was 32 bu/a better than check at harvest. Assuming $3.10 bushel corn, the yield result from this trial translates into an ROI of $87.20 per acre.

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Topics: Corn, Nebraska, Extract PBA

December 19, 2017

Congratulations to Our Webinar Winners

Posted by Agricen

Congratulations to the growers who participated in two of this year's most recent webinars and won!

Grower Carey Burklund of Mount Olive, Illinois, is the recipient of a $500 American Express gift card for attending our webinar, "A New Perspective on Soybean Yield Improvement." The webinar focused on soybean nutritional needs and how using Extract PBA for nutrient release can contribute to greater yield opportunities.

Carey is pictured here receiving his gift card from Therese Wyman, Manager of the Crop Production Services (CPS) farm center in Paxton, Illinois.

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Topics: Titan, Webinars, Extract PBA

December 12, 2017

Corn Yields Take Off with Titan XC in Midwest Trials

Posted by Agricen

Results from recent corn trials in central Indiana show the potential for big corn yield gains and ROI with fall-applied Titan XC

In the fall of 2016, Titan XC-treated and untreated dry fertilizer (MES10 and 0-0-60) was applied to three fields in central Indiana using a variable rate technology (VRT) system. The fields were planted with corn in the spring. In the fall of 2017, corn crop harvested from Titan XC-treated parts of the fields demonstrated both an increased yield and an impressive ROI compared to the crops harvested from the untreated parts of the fields. 

In both the first and second trials, the yield improvement with Titan XC was 12 bu/a compared to untreated, with an ROI of more than $35 an acre. In the third trial, the yield improvement with Titan XC was even more impressive at a whopping 41 bu/a, with an ROI of more than $135/acre.

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Topics: Dry Fertilizer, Corn, Titan, Indiana