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December 5, 2016

Releasing Nutrients from Cover Crop Skeletons with Extract PBA

Posted by Agricen

Cover crops provide many benefits that can improve the health of soil, water, and the following crop. However, they can also pose some drawbacks. In the spring at planting, cover crop skeletons can interfere with seed to soil contact. They can also stress the seedling by interfering with access to sunlight, requiring the planted crop to stretch so that it can reach above the cover crop canopy. Extract PBA provides an efficient way to manage cover crop skeletons so that growers can avoid these issues and also give the coming crop a nutritional boost.

Some recent Crop Production Services trials conducted in Ohio show how an application of Extract PBA can break down cover crop skeletons to release nutrients for the following crop. In the top pictures, Extract PBA was applied in the fall at 1 gallon per acre. In the spring prior to emergence, the treated part of the field had better planting conditions and more available nutrients compared to the untreated part of the field, which translated into healthier soybean plants during the growing season.

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Topics: Soybeans, Ohio, Extract PBA

November 21, 2016

More Robust Soybean Plants & Higher Pod Counts with Extract PBA

Posted by Agricen

In the fall of 2015 and spring of 2016, Crop Production Services (CPS) locations in Northern Ohio conducted trials to evaluate the benefits of making a fall residue or spring pre-emerge application of Extract PBA (1 gallon per acre) on corn stalks in fields where soybeans would be planted as the next crop. The data shows great potential for a growers' return on investment, with healthier plants and higher pod counts when Extract PBA was used. 

In the trial results shown below, the plants from the treated areas have a more robust structure to support higher yields. Pod clusters are also tighter, with more per node compared to plants from untreated strips in the test plots.

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Topics: Soybeans, Ohio, Iowa, 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

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

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