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January 26, 2016

Residue Case Study: Extract PBA on Corn Stalks

Posted by Agricen

With current crop prices, growers really need to keep a tight focus on nutrient efficiency this season. An application of Extract PBA this spring can help 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

October 19, 2015

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

Posted by Agricen

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

October 27, 2014

Managing Continuous Corn Residue with Accomplish LM

Posted by Elese Orrell

By Stephen Sexton, Director of Technical Sales, Agricen

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Topics: Illinois, Crop Residue, Corn, Accomplish LM

September 25, 2014

How to Be Profitable Despite Lower Corn Prices

Posted by Agricen

By Brian Cornelious, PhD, Director of Applied Sciences 

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Topics: Ohio, South Dakota, Illinois, Dry Fertilizer, Titan, Indiana

June 24, 2014

A Quick Look at Accomplish LM with Sidedress

Posted by Elese Orrell

Why would a grower apply Accomplish LM with his sidedress nitrogen? For benefits that include better plant and root growth, improved nitrogen use efficiency and increased yields at the end of the season.

The only difference between the plants shown in Figure 1 is an application of Accomplish LM at sidedress – with noticeably better root development seen with Accomplish LM treatment (right).

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Topics: Sidedress, Minnesota, Illinois, Michigan, Corn, Indiana, Accomplish LM, Nebraska

April 2, 2014

Use Titan PBA to Improve Your Dry Fertilizer Program

Posted by Elese Orrell

Our partners at Crop Production Services work to get Titan PBA applied to the dry fertilizer that they spread, and for good reason: Titan PBA makes good fertilizers even better. Take a look at the yields from these soybean and corn field trials from 2013.

This soybean trial, conducted in Central Iowa, showed an 11.1 bushel per acre increase when Titan PBA was added to the grower’s standard P & K blend.

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Topics: Soybeans, Ohio, Illinois, Dry Fertilizer, Iowa, Corn, Titan

January 9, 2014

Effective Residue Decomposition – Is More Nitrogen the Answer?

Posted by Elese Orrell

By Stephen Sexton, Director of Technical Sales (@AgricenLifer), Agricen

Yellow seedlings are a familiar sight for many corn growers. On continuous corn acres, the carbon-to-nitrogen ratio can be more than double the optimal ratio* for crop residue decomposition due to the buildup of organic matter from multiple years of corn-on-corn rotations. Even if a grower has applied nitrogen during the previous fall or around spring planting, soil microbes can out-compete seedling corn plants for nitrogen when excess carbon is present. The microbes use the nitrogen as a food source, immobilizing it as they work to degrade crop residues; the seedling corn plants, meanwhile, turn yellow due to a lack of available nitrogen.

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Topics: Illinois, Michigan, Crop Residue, Corn, Indiana, Accomplish LM

November 19, 2012

How Can We Access More Nutrients from Crop Residue?

Posted by AMSPressMaster

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Topics: Illinois, Crop Residue, Corn, Accomplish LM

September 13, 2011

Reducing Nitrate Leaching to Improve Crop Yields & Protect Resources

Posted by AMSPressMaster

Reducing a fertilizer’s leachable nitrates allows the fertilizer to act more efficiently. It also helps protect our water resources.

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Topics: Sustainability, SoilBuilder, Illinois, Corn, Water Management