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August 29, 2016

Prove It to Me: What Were the Iowa Grower's Corn Yields?

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Many of you have seen our farming film, Prove It to Me, and wondered, "What were the grower's yields?" 

For the Iowa growers who were trialing Accomplish LM, corn yields increased by an average of about 5 bushels/acre when the Accomplish LM biocatalyst was added to the grower's standard fertilizer program. Individual grower results can be seen in the chart below, with yield bumps that range from +0.12 to +10.74 bushels/acre.

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Topics: Iowa, Corn, Accomplish LM

July 26, 2016

Accomplish LM in a Corn Starter Program: Mid-Season Results

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Seeing is believing. These corn plants in Central Indiana show an increase in plant growth and root mass where Accomplish LM is included in the grower's starter fertilizer program. 

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Topics: Starter/In-Furrow Applications, Corn, Indiana, Accomplish LM

June 30, 2016

Big Improvements in Soil Fertility after Accomplish & Titan

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Chris Perkins, a CPS location manager in Otwell, Indiana, likes to practice what he preaches when it comes to the products he recommends to growers. If he’s not familiar with something, he tests it on his own family farm and carefully evaluates the data to make sure the product is living up to its claims.

“My dad lets me have 17 acres for a community plot where we’re doing corn on corn,” says Chris. “I want to show guys ‘Hey, this is what we’re doing, and this is what we’re seeing because of this product, management practice or hybrid.’”

Over the past few years, Chris has been evaluating Accomplish LM and Titan on his 17 acres, and he’s seen both his yields and his soil nutrient values rise. Along with the fertility added by the continuous corn, he credits the Accomplish and Titan technologies for contributing to a good portion of those increases.

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Topics: Corn, Titan, Indiana, Accomplish LM

April 21, 2016

Enhancing Your Starter Fertilizer Application with a Fertilizer Biocatalyst

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For growers who are applying a starter fertilizer this season, adding a fertilizer biocatalyst like Accomplish LM can be an excellent way to enhance a starter application and set the stage for a great yield.

Accomplish LM works by speeding nutrient mineralization to get nutrients in the right form for plant uptake, while also improving the root systems of young seedlings to facilitate the uptake of nutrients and water. In these two trials in Nebraska and South Dakota, adding Accomplish LM to a starter fertilizer application increased corn yields by 8 to 10 bushels per acre. 

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Topics: South Dakota, Starter/In-Furrow Applications, Corn, Accomplish LM, Nebraska

April 11, 2016

Making the Case for In-Furrow Applications

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By Jeremiah Butler, Loveland Products, Central Plains/Nebraska

As we enter planting time and growers make final decisions for the coming crop year, many growers will consider using in-furrow products. There are several reasons why they should research and consider in-furrow applications.  

Many of you have heard Dr. Fred Below of the University of Illinois talk about his “Seven Wonders of the Corn Yield World.” As we look at the factors below, we can see that there is no silver bullet. Attaining a high yield truly takes a systems approach!

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Topics: Starter/In-Furrow Applications, Corn, Guest Blogs, Accomplish LM

March 14, 2016

Prove It to Me [Film]: Follow 5 Farmers Through the Growing Season

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We are very excited to introduce Prove It to Me, a new film that follows five farmers through the 2015 growing season—from planning and planting to growth and harvest.

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Topics: Sustainability, Corporate & Community, Soybeans, Corn, Titan, Accomplish LM, Ag Biologicals & Biostimulants

December 21, 2015

How to Get More Uniform Corn Emergence This Spring

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Growers know that uniform corn emergence is a must for achieving great yields. Recent research shows that a delay in emergence of just 12 to 14 hours can affect yield potential.

In side by side field trials done in 2014 at three different locations and led by North Carolina State University cropping systems specialist Dr. Ron Heiniger, an in-furrow application of Accomplish LM promoted uniform corn emergence, increased row and kernel number, and increased ear weight by 1/8 lb compared to check (10-27-0 applied in a 2x2 band). Uniform emergence was associated with higher yields: Accomplish LM increased the average yield by 11.5 bushels per acre.

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Topics: Starter/In-Furrow Applications, North Carolina, Corn, Accomplish LM

November 10, 2015

New Trial Data: Great 2015 Yield Performance with Titan PBA

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As the harvests come in this year, we’re seeing great yield performance with Titan PBA. Here are more results from some of this year’s trials on corn, wheat, soybeans and rice in Arkansas, Indiana and Kentucky.

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Topics: Soybeans, Wheat, Arkansas, Corn, Titan, Indiana, Kentucky, Rice

October 19, 2015

It’s Fall Fertilizer Season: Is Titan PBA in Your Blend?

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It’s fall fertilizer season, and many tons of dry fertilizer going out to the field from CPS locations will include the fertilizer biocatalyst Titan PBA.

Growers who use Titan PBA with their phosphorus (P) and potassium (K) fertilizers in the fall get excellent fertilizer efficiency and great results, as these corn and wheat studies show.

Don’t forget the Titan PBA in your dry fertilizer blend this season!

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Topics: Ohio, Wheat, Illinois, Arkansas, Dry Fertilizer, Corn, Titan

August 4, 2015

Starter Fertilizer Paying Off This Year

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This year, many parts of the country dealt with above-average to excessive spring rains. Wet conditions set the stage for denitrification (converting nitrogen in the soil system into N2 gas) and nitrate leaching, which may explain some of the yellowing growers have observed in fields where there has been a lot of moisture.  

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Topics: Starter/In-Furrow Applications, Corn, Indiana, Accomplish LM