<img src="https://api.socedo.com/trk/6JNpPx" alt="" width="1" height="1" style="display:none">
gplusfacebookyoutubetwitterlinkedinpinterestrss
View User Guide Here: http://www.newbreedmarketing.com/using-streamlined

June 23, 2015

Soybean StartUp Is a Standout in the Field – Field Trial Results

Posted by Agricen

Soybean StartUp is a tank mix of Accomplish® LM and Radiate®, applied in furrow at planting. The goal is to get soybean plants off to a better, faster start and enhance productivity. 

In trial after trial, this program keeps giving a standout performance in the field.

The soybean plants in the pictures below were planted on May 28th, 2015 in Greensburg, Kansas, by a grower who had trialed the Soybean StartUp program on half of his acres. The beans on the left were treated 2x2 with 10 gallons of 16-0-16-5 alone, while the beans on the right were treated 2x2 with 10 gallons of 16-0-16-5 and Soybean StartUp (1 quart of Accomplish LM with 4 ounces of Radiate in furrow). Pictures were taken mid-June.

more

Topics: Soybeans, Starter/In-Furrow Applications, Kansas, Accomplish LM, Radiate

April 26, 2014

Video Report: A Look at Accomplish LM from Nelson Farms in Almena, KS

Posted by Elese Orrell

In this video report from summer 2013, we visit corn fields at Nelson Farms in Almeda, Kansas to observe the effects of Accomplish LM in a starter program.

In the Nelson Farms trials, Accomplish LM was applied at one, two, or three quarts per acre with the grower’s standard practice (GSP) of 10-34-0 applied at eight gallons per acre in furrow.

more

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

January 23, 2014

Creating a Better Strip-Till Program

Posted by Elese Orrell

Strip-till banding and root zone banding (RZB) allow growers to apply plant nutrition in a band in the tilled zone while leaving residue undisturbed for soil and moisture conservation purposes. Strip-till is common in Central and Western states—such as Kansas, Colorado, Nebraska, and Oklahoma—where the climate is more arid and there is less rainfall compared to the Central Corn Belt.

more

Topics: Iowa, Kansas, Strip-till, Accomplish LM