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March 6, 2017

Q&A: How Do IBA, Kinetin and Nutrient Mobilization Technologies Impact Crop Performance?

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Read this Q&A for a brief introduction to IBA, kinetin and other compounds that aid in plant growth and functioning—and learn how they can help optimize plant performance.

What are IBA and kinetin, and how do they benefit crops?

IBA (which stands for indolebutyric acid) and kinetin are two different types of plant growth regulators or hormones. IBA is an auxin that is produced in the plant’s leaves and shoots. IBA travels downwards to the roots and stimulates early and improved root growth, which increases plant vigor and the plant’s ability to fight off stress throughout the growing season. Kinetin is a cytokinin that travels up the plant from the root tips, directing many physiological functions of plant growth.

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Topics: Radiate, Foliar Applications, NutriSync

June 26, 2015

Congratulations to the Winner from Our Foliar Technologies Webinar

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Congratulations to Dennis Lindsay, a corn and soybean grower from Masonville, Iowa, who is the winner of a $500 American Express gift card after attending our recent Foliar Technologies webinar. Dennis is pictured below with CPS representative Larry Wulfekuhle.

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Topics: Webinars, Radiate, Foliar Applications, NutriSync

May 19, 2015

Watch “Supercharging Yield Performance with Foliar Technologies”

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Supercharging Yield Performance with Foliar Technologies

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Topics: Webinars, Radiate, Foliar Applications, NutriSync

April 29, 2015

Infographic: Radiate and NutriSync Help Improve Yield Performance

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Without a well-developed root system, a crop can’t intercept all of the nutrients it may need. And even once nutrients are inside the plant, the plant may not be able to move them to areas of highest demand. Immobile nutrients can stay trapped in roots and older leaves, causing nutrient deficiencies in new growth.

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Topics: Infographics, Radiate, Foliar Applications, NutriSync

April 27, 2015

Using Foliar Technologies for Improved Plant Performance and Profit

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Tim Sickman, Research Farm Manager, Loveland Products

Most of the mineral nutrients that plants need for development, growth and health are taken up by the roots. However, plants can also absorb nutrients directly through their leaves, and foliar feeding is widely used and accepted as an essential part of crop production.

Although leaves don’t have the capacity to absorb a large quantity of nutrients, nutrient absorption through the leaf is more efficient than nutrient uptake from the soil. For this reason, foliar applications provide a precise and efficient way for growers to address micronutrient deficiencies. Foliars can also be used more broadly to boost plant health and performance. Radiate® and NutriSync® products are great examples.

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Topics: Radiate, Foliar Applications, NutriSync

April 23, 2015

Webinar: “Supercharging Yield Performance with Foliar Technologies”

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You’re invited to join us for “Supercharging Yield Performance with Foliar Technologies,” a free webinar being held Wednesday, May 6, 2015 at 7 am and 11 am CT.

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Topics: Webinars, Radiate, Foliar Applications, NutriSync