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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

November 30, 2017

[Trial] Titan XC Provides 14 Bushel Yield Advantage in Soybeans

Posted by Agricen

Growers who spread dry fertilizer on corn fields going to soybeans may want to consider the results of this recent Titan XC trial from Cozad, Nebraska. In a test plot, treating dry fertilizer with Titan XC provided a 14 bushel/acre yield advantage in soybeans compared to the soybean plots sown with untreated fertilizer.

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Topics: Soybeans, Dry Fertilizer, Titan, Nebraska

November 27, 2017

[Video Roundup] How Farmers Improve Ag Productivity & Sustainability

Posted by Agricen

Over the past few years, we've posted several agriculture-related videos that showcase the efforts growers are making to implement new products and practices that help them improve ag productivity and sustainability. If you haven't yet seen them, here are a few of the most popular and most recent.

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Topics: Sustainability, Videos, Corn, Titan, Accomplish LM, Ag Biologicals & Biostimulants

November 20, 2017

Taking a “Feed the Plant” Approach to Growing High-Yield Corn

Posted by Agricen

With today’s corn genetics providing the potential to grow more than 300 bushels per acre, growers need a new take on crop management, particularly when it comes to soil fertility. Have 15 minutes? Hear Dr. Fred Below of the University of Illinois talk about how to move from a “feed the soil” to a “feed the plant” approach to high-yield corn fertility program. 

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Topics: Videos, Plant Nutrition & Health, Corn

November 15, 2017

New Dry Fertilizer Demo: More Breakdown with Titan XC

Posted by Agricen

As growers deal with tight budgets and carefully evaluate all of their input costs, a simple dry fertilizer demonstration shows why Titan XC is important to any operation's bottom line.

Prepared by Crop Production Services in Cecilia, Kentucky, these jar tests shows the value that Titan XC brings when applied to dry fertilizers. As you can see in the photos, Titan XC has accelerated the breakdown of fertilizer prill in the treated jars, translating into greater nutrient release and improved fertilizer efficiency in the field. All photos were taken after three weeks.

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Topics: Dry Fertilizer, Titan

October 30, 2017

Accomplish LM Raises Yield in High Moisture Corn Trial

Posted by Agricen

The results from this Accomplish LM trial in high-moisture corn are in. Using Accomplish LM with the grower's standard fertility program (GSP) led to a 6.9 bu/a yield advantage (dry weight) compared to the GSP alone. The trial, which was conducted in Hutchinson, Minnesota, used Accomplish LM at a rate of 2 pints per acre. Accomplish LM was applied at planting, and UAN 28% (8 gal/a) was then dribbled on top of the row behind the closing wheels with the planter. Twelve Accomplish LM-treated rows were compared to 12 rows that received UAN 28% without Accomplish LM. The corn was harvested at 34% moisture.

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Topics: Minnesota, Corn, Accomplish LM

October 23, 2017

Titan XC on MESZ Provides Yield & ROI Advantage in Wheat

Posted by Agricen

In this Kansas wheat trial, Titan XC provided a yield and ROI advantage when used with a banded dry fertilizer application.

Titan XC was applied at 1 and 2 pints per ton on MicroEssentials SZ (MESZ), which was placed in-furrow. Compared to the untreated MESZ, both rates of Titan XC raised wheat yields, with a 7 bu/a yield increase at the 1 pint rate and an 8.8 bu/a increase at the 2 pint rate. With wheat prices estimated at $3.75/bu, the return on investment with Titan XC in this trial ranges from $24.55 per acre (1 pint rate) to $29.60 per acre (2 pint rate).

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Topics: Wheat, Kansas, Titan

October 3, 2017

Titan XC Increases Corn Yield in Nebraska Trial

Posted by Agricen

In a Dyna-Gro corn plot harvested near Cozad, Nebraska, treating MicroEssentials SZ (MESZ) fertilizer with Titan XC led to a 14.4 bushel per acre increase in corn yield compared to untreated MESZ. The corn was harvested on September 20, 2017.

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Topics: Corn, Titan, Nebraska

September 26, 2017

Soybeans Excel with Nutrient Release from Fall-Applied Extract PBA

Posted by Agricen

Extract PBA has been making a big difference in soybean trials being conducted by CPS Palmyra at a farm just outside of Monroe City, Missouri. Extract PBA was applied in the fall of 2016 at 1 gallon per acre on corn stalks, along with 2 gallons per acre of UAN. Soybeans were planted on May 18, 2017, and all pictures were taken approximately two months later, on July 26, 2017.

The photos show that soybeans from the Extract-treated part of the field have longer primary roots, larger leaves and stems, and more nodes and nodules compared to soybeans from the untreated parts of the field. 

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Topics: Soybeans, Missouri, Extract PBA