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January 24, 2022

How Accomplish MAX Helps Mitigate the Effects of Salt Stress on Crops

Posted by Agricen

Although crops take up many salts in the form of nutrients, they can be adversely affected if more salt is added to the soil system than can be taken up by the plant or flushed out of the root zone. This is especially a concern in irrigated cropping systems, where dissolved salts from irrigation water can lead to soil salinity problems that compound over time. Salts in applied fertilizers can also contribute to soil salinity.

Soils that are high in salts can limit water uptake, impede nutrient uptake, and negatively impact seed germination and crop development. Plants that do survive will exhibit less vigor, have slower physiological development and show signs of stress, preventing full yield potential from being realized. Taking steps to manage soil salinity is therefore critical to having balanced soil for optimal plant growth and productivity.

New Accomplish MAX, which is available through Nutrien Ag Solutions, is a next-generation biocatalyst designed to help plants better tolerate salt and other abiotic stresses.

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Topics: Abiotic stress, Accomplish MAX

April 6, 2020

Maritime Kelp Technology Booklet Now Available Online

Posted by Agricen

The new Maritime® product booklet is now available online.

Maritime increases nutrient and plant functioning to give growers unmatched seed germination, plant growth, and nutrient uptake. It can be used to enhance crop growth and performance both under positive growing conditions and under stress conditions from environmental factors such as drought, heat, or salinity.

The Maritime educational booklet covers:

  • Product benefits
  • How Maritime works
  • Trial results in specialty crops, including lettuce, peppers, and celery
  • Uses and rates
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Topics: Maritime, lettuce, celery, peppers, Abiotic stress