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Growers can increase profitability with smart input decisions that increase efficiency and ensure a high-quality crop and increased yield.
Two tips for growers when planting early is to use effective nutrient management practices and apply in-furrow application.
Growers can increase plant health and yield by planting earlier in the spring with in-furrow application and applying nutrient management technologies.
Growers who face the challenge of ensuring their crops receive the right nutrients should use Levesol DFC as a solution to maximize nutrient efficiency.
Growers can achieve nutrient efficiency by effectively leveraging the nutrients already present in the soil like phosphorus and in the fertilizer.
One of the best incentives to take advantage of in-furrow technology is the edge it can give you when planting early.
Planting early definitely has benefits, but cold and wet soils can leave young plants susceptible to emergence issues, disease and pests. In-furrow application protects the plant from the very moment it is planted.
Nutrient availability is rapidly becoming a hot topic within agriculture, as more growers focus on planting early, while still wanting to maximize plant health to achieve the best possible yields.
Ashley Runholt from Cottonwood Co-op discusses her experience with Redline, and what she’s seen so far of the effect of Levesol on crops.