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January 31, 2022

Titan XC Plays a Big Role on Indiana Grower's Farm

Posted by Agricen

Evan Matlock, a farmer from Greenfield, Indiana, first started using Titan XC on his farm about five years ago. In his first year of testing it, he applied Titan XC-treated dry fertilizer on a partial field of soybeans and a partial field of corn. There was an obvious difference between the parts of the field where Titan XC had and had not been applied.

You could see it visually and we saw it on aerial imagery throughout the year,” he says. “When we took it to harvest, the corn stood out about 4.8 bushels better (with Titan XC) and the soybeans were 2.8 bushels better.”

With those results, Evan had a feeling that Titan XC might be a product he wanted to implement on a broader scale at the farm. That next year, he tested Titan XC-treated dry fertilizer on about half of his acres.

The next year, we continued to see a yield increase,” he says.

Five years later, he uses Titan XC-treated fertilizer on every acre at Matlock Farms.

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Topics: Alfalfa, Soybeans, Wheat, Dry Fertilizer, Corn, Titan, Indiana

August 7, 2018

Titan XC Brings Out the Best in Alfalfa Field

Posted by Agricen

After viewing this alfalfa field image, the grower, who is a dairyman, went to visit his local Nutrien Ag Solutions branch in Dassell, Minnesota with an important question: "What's wrong with the top half of the field?"

Looking back in his records, branch manager Mike Amundson saw that the only difference between the different parts of the field was that fertilizer on the top half of the field had not been treated with a biocatalyst. The fertilizer on the bottom half, where the alfalfa crop was really thriving, had been treated with Titan XC.

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Topics: Alfalfa, Minnesota, Titan

December 11, 2014

Accomplish LM and Titan PBA: Even Better Together

Posted by Agricen

Since both Accomplish LM and Titan PBA are based on the same biochemical technology, many growers who use these products ask which is the better one to use. Should they use Accomplish LM when they make one of their liquid applications? Or should they use Titan PBA when they make a dry fertilizer application? Does one give them a better “bang for their buck”?

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Topics: Alfalfa, Soybeans, Wheat, Oregon, Arkansas, Corn, Titan, Accomplish LM, Kentucky, Wisconsin, Tennessee, Rice

April 14, 2014

Alfalfa Growers Benefit from Accomplish LM and Titan PBA

Posted by Elese Orrell

Alfalfa can require high rates of phosphate and potash fertilizer for establishment and growth. One way that growers can increase the efficiency of P and K fertilizers is to add biochemical technologies to their plant nutrition programs. Accomplish LM and Titan PBA are biochemical fertilizer catalysts that can accelerate nutrient mineralization and uptake.

Two trials conducted by Crop Production Services (CPS) in Central Oregon in 2013 show the difference Accomplish LM and Titan PBA can make in irrigated alfalfa programs.

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Topics: Alfalfa, Oregon, Titan, Accomplish LM