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November 10, 2015

New Trial Data: Great 2015 Yield Performance with Titan PBA

Posted by Agricen

As the harvests come in this year, we’re seeing great yield performance with Titan PBA. Here are more results from some of this year’s trials on corn, wheat, soybeans and rice in Arkansas, Indiana and Kentucky.

Fall-Applied Titan PBA

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Topics: Soybeans, Wheat, Arkansas, Corn, Titan, Indiana, Kentucky, Rice

November 3, 2015

Accomplish LM Adds Bushels to Arkansas Rice

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Using Accomplish LM in a plant nutrition program is a great way to add more bushels to your yield. Just ask Alex Dean, an independent crop consultant and founder of Dean Crop Services, located in Northeastern Arkansas.

After hearing about Accomplish LM, Alex had one of his grower clients put it to the test.

“I have a grower who likes to stay up-to-date on the latest products. He’s been using Black Label Zn in his rice fertility program for the past three years, with really nice results. After I learned about Accomplish LM, I asked him to try it out with Black Label Zn on a test plot,” says Alex.

The grower tested a fertility program with and without Accomplish LM on two adjacent 40-acre rice fields. Both fields had 4-5 levees, but only the levees in the untreated field were planted.

“We saw a nice yield bump in the Accomplish LM plot, with a rise of 6 bushels per acre,” said Alex. “That’s an increase I’m really happy with, and it even underestimates what Accomplish LM can do since the levees in that field weren’t planted. The grower usually see an additional 5 bushel yield bump when he plants those levees, and that’s without Accomplish LM.”

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Topics: Arkansas, Accomplish LM, Rice

December 11, 2014

Accomplish LM and Titan PBA: Even Better Together

Posted by Agricen

Since both Accomplish LM and Titan PBA are based on the same biochemical technology, many growers who use these products ask which is the better one to use. Should they use Accomplish LM when they make one of their liquid applications? Or should they use Titan PBA when they make a dry fertilizer application? Does one give them a better “bang for their buck”?

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Topics: Alfalfa, Soybeans, Wheat, Oregon, Arkansas, Corn, Titan, Accomplish LM, Kentucky, Wisconsin, Tennessee, Rice