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January 26, 2016

Residue Case Study: Extract PBA on Corn Stalks

Posted by Agricen

An application of Extract PBA can help growers keep a tight focus on nutrient efficiency by powerfully releasing nutrients from residue for use by the coming crop. 

In this side by side trial conducted in Fairbury, Illinois, one half of the harvested corn field was sprayed with Extract PBA in late September and the other was left untreated. There was very little moisture in the first 6 weeks after application, and photos were taken approximately 8 weeks after application. 

As the photo shows, decay on the treated stalks was well advanced compared to the untreated check after only 8 weeks.

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Topics: Illinois, Crop Residue, Extract PBA

January 18, 2016

Frequently Asked Questions About Extract PBA [New Booklet]

Posted by Agricen

With spring on the way, growers are already thinking about their plans for a successful growing season. For those with crop residues on their fields, a spring (pre-emerge) application of Extract Powered by Accomplish™ (Extract PBA) is a great way to maximize nutrient release from those residues to get more ROI out of their growing program. 

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Topics: Crop Residue, Extract PBA

January 5, 2016

Three Questions Answered About Spring-Applied Extract PBA

Posted by Agricen

1. Why apply Extract PBA in the spring?
In the spring, excess residue in the field can interfere with planting, delay crop emergence and create crop stand issues. However, that same residue contains nutrients that, if released into the soil, could benefit the next crop. Spring-applied  Extract PBA maximizes nutrient release from crop residue and the soil to accelerate nutrient cycling, which can enhance nutrient efficiency and provide outstanding ROI for growers. It can also lead to easier plantability, more even emergence, a healthier stand and the potential for increased yields.
 
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Topics: Crop Residue, Extract PBA

December 4, 2015

New Extract PBA Booklet Available

Posted by Agricen

Extract Powered by Accomplish™ (Extract PBA, 6-0-0-13S) is an innovative biocatalyst specifically formulated to maximize nutrient release from crop residues. Combining the concentrated biochemistry of Accomplish® LM with ammonium thiosulfate (ATS), Extract PBA helps growers accelerate residue breakdown and access the full nutrient value of the residues in their fields.

Benefits of Extract PBA:

  • Accelerates residue breakdown
  • Maximizes nutrient release from crop residue
  • Supports easier plantability in the spring
  • Promotes more even crop emergence
  • Optimizes yield potential for next season's crop

 

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Topics: Crop Residue, Extract PBA

September 29, 2015

[Video] How to Use This Season’s Residue to Feed Next Season’s Crop

Posted by Agricen

After every harvest, valuable nutrients remain in the crop residue on the ground. How can growers access the nutrients in this season's residue to feed next season's crop?

Extract Powered by Accomplish™ helps growers more easily manage residue while releasing valuable nutrients for next season's crop. Use Extract PBA with fall or spring burndown to continue to take advantage of the nutrients that were applied during the previous growing season. Learn more by watching this short video.

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Topics: Videos, Crop Residue, Extract PBA

September 23, 2015

On-Demand Webinar: Access the Full Nutrient Value of Your Crop Residue

Posted by Agricen

Accessing the Full Nutrient Value of Your Crop Residue” is now available to watch on demand. 

Watch the webinar to learn how Extract Powered by Accomplish™ helps growers more easily and cost-effectively manage crop residue, increases nutrient release from crop residues for the benefit of next season’s crop, and improves a grower's bottom line.

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Topics: Crop Residue, Webinars, Extract PBA

September 15, 2015

Accessing the Full Nutrient Value of Crop Residue [Infographic]

Posted by Agricen

Post-harvest residue contains valuable nutrients, but they can’t be used by the next crop until they are extracted from the residue and enter the soil profile. 

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Topics: Infographics, Crop Residue, Extract PBA

September 10, 2015

Next Webinar: Accessing the Full Nutrient Value of Your Crop Residue

Posted by Agricen

You’re invited to join us for “Accessing the Full Nutrient Value of Your Crop Residue,” a free webinar being held Wednesday, September 16, 2015 at 8 am and 11 am CT.

Webinar participants will:

  • Find out how to more easily and cost-effectively manage crop residue while also increasing nutrient release from that residue
  • Learn how Extract Powered by Accomplish™ can maximize previous nutrient investments by accelerating residue breakdown and releasing nutrients for the benefit of next season’s crop 
  • Understand why a residue management program that emphasizes nutrient release is essential to a grower’s bottom line  
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Topics: Crop Residue, Webinars, Extract PBA

September 9, 2015

Loveland Products Launches Extract PBA for Crop Residue Management

Posted by Agricen

Extract Powered by Accomplish™ (Extract PBA), a new product manufactured by Agricen for nutrient release from crop residues, is now available from Loveland Products.

Labeled for residue management and pre-emerge applications, Extract PBA (6-0-0) allows soybean, corn and other row crop growers to access the full nutrient potential of their crop residues by:

  • Accelerating crop residue decomposition
  • Maximizing nutrient release from residue breakdown
  • Promoting easier plantability in the spring and more even crop emergence
  • Optimizing yield potential for next season's crop
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Topics: Crop Residue, Loveland Products, Extract PBA

November 18, 2014

Expert Q & A: What Is the Value of Your Corn and Soybean Residue?

Posted by Agricen

Why is your corn and soybean residue valuable and how can you benefit from a post-harvest application of Accomplish LM?

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Topics: Soybeans, Crop Residue, Corn, Accomplish LM