January 9, 2017
October 31, 2016
One of the main reasons growers use Titan XC is to speed the breakdown of dry fertilizer prills, which makes nutrients more quickly available for crop uptake. Loveland Products recently conducted a quick demonstration to quantify the rate of enhanced fertilizer breakdown with Titan XC. The results show that Titan XC does what it says.
The demo compared Titan XC-treated versus untreated 6-6-18 fertilizer. The starting weight of each of the 8 samples tested in this demo (4 untreated and 4 treated) was 15 grams. All samples were submerged in distilled water for 72 hours, then screened off and weighed.
In every case, more Titan XC-treated fertilizer was dissolved compared to untreated fertilizer. Overall, Titan XC increased fertilizer breakdown by an average of 32%.
October 18, 2016
Learn more about the newest formulation of our fertilizer biocatalyst technology by watching "Introducing the New Titan XC."
Specifically formulated for use with dry fertilizers, Titan XC is the key to quick release and uptake of vital plant nutrients.
During the webinar, you'll learn:
August 23, 2016
Earlier this month, Loveland Products launched Titan XC, a new, concentrated biocatalyst for dry fertilizers. Titan XC is designed to increase nutrient availability and uptake so that growers can get more from every dry fertilizer application.
August 1, 2016
Titan XC is now available from Loveland Products! Designed to improve dry fertilizer efficiency, Titan XC is a new, next-generation biocatalyst for dry fertilizers that ‘unlocks’ applied nutrients, making them available more quickly so that more of them are taken up by plant roots. It is extra concentrated for easier application and superior impregnation onto fertilizer prill.
October 19, 2015
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!
September 25, 2014
By Brian Cornelious, PhD, Director of Applied Sciences
September 21, 2014
By John Wolf, Director of Commercial Development, Agricen
Across most of the corn production area, 2014 has the potential be a banner year for yield. Given that higher average yields increase supply, economics dictate that prices will be somewhat lower without an accompanying increase in demand. This poses a dilemma for growers as they plan for next year’s crop.
September 16, 2014
With bumper crops driving commodity prices down this year, some growers may be tempted to cut back on their fall dry P & K fertilizer application. Find out why cutting back on fertility might not be a good decision, and what you can do this fall to ensure a good crop next season.
September 11, 2014
Growers are concerned about low returns on fall inputs this year. Making an investment in biochemical technology can help growers get the most from their P & K spend. Titan PBA maximizes nutrient use efficiency for plant nutrition benefits this season and next.