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June 13, 2018

Top Corn Producers Used Accomplish LM, Extract PBA & Titan XC

Posted by Agricen

When the National Corn Growers Association (NCGA) announced the national winners of the 2017 NCGA corn yield contest earlier this year, four of these top corn producers had something big in common. It was their use of one or more biocatalyst technologies made by Agricen and available from Loveland Products. Over the next few weeks we will profile each of those top producers and talk about how they utilized Accomplish LM, Extract PBA or Titan XC as part of their winning program. This week, we start by featuring Don Stall of Charlotte, Michigan. With a yield of 407.22 bushels/acre, Don placed first in the nation for irrigated corn.

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Topics: Grower Stories, Michigan, Corn, Titan, Accomplish LM, Extract PBA

June 24, 2014

A Quick Look at Accomplish LM with Sidedress

Posted by Agricen

Why would a grower apply Accomplish LM with 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).

Figure 1. Better root development when Accomplish LM is added to sidedress in a corn trial in Blissfield, Michigan.

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Topics: Sidedress, Michigan, Corn, Indiana, Accomplish LM

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

December 11, 2013

Beautiful Soybeans

Posted by Agricen

This beautiful Kingston, Michigan soybean field was fertilized with Titan PBA impregnated on a dry fertilizer blend. Titan PBA is a biochemical fertilizer catalyst distributed by Loveland Products and Crop Production Services.

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Topics: Soybeans, Michigan, Titan