Many agricultural areas across the United States are facing weather-related challenges, but there are still opportunities to make the most out of what Mother Nature is dishing out.
Terramar, a new product for row crops, is formulated to help crops stand up to abiotic stresses (such as heat and dry conditions) while also increasing nutrient uptake for better plant growth.
The photos below document the performance of Terramar applications made on corn, soybeans and wheat earlier this season, and they show some very strong visual results.
With another opportunity to apply Terramar now here (this time with fungicide or plant nutrition products on reproductive-stage corn and soybeans), we wanted to share these images as a reminder of the potential in this year's crop.
Here are the top 10 Terramar field pictures of 2023, so far:
1. Terramar on Corn – Ferris, Illinois
2. Terramar on Corn – Muscoda, Wisconsin
3. Terramar on Soybeans – Farmington, Illinois
4. Terramar on Soybeans – East Chain, Minnesota
5. Terramar on Wheat – Kentucky
Terramar was applied twice, each time at 1 pint/acre prior to a sub-freezing event. Joint (head) was above ground. Photos taken mid-May.
6. Terramar on Wheat – Oberlin, Kansas
7. Terramar on Corn – Fairview, Illinois
Terramar applied at 1 pint/acre at V4 (left) & at 1pint vs 1 quart (right).
Terramar was applied at 1 pint/acre on May 30, 2023. Photo taken June 20, 2023, 21 days after Terramar application. Some leaf rolling observed on untreated corn. 86 degrees Fahrenheit.
9. Terramar on Corn – Ferris, Illinois
10. Terramar on Corn – Parker, South Dakota
Terramar was applied at 1 quart/acre at V4 on June 7, 2023. Photos taken 8 days after Terramar application.
*Bonus Photo* Terramar on Corn – Arcadia, Indiana
*Bonus Photo* Terramar on Wheat – Western Kansas
Learn more about Terramar by downloading the Terramar row crop bulletin.