Growers who face the challenge of ensuring their crops receive the right nutrients should use Levesol DFC as a solution to maximize nutrient efficiency.
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.
Understanding chelates in agriculture is key to optimal crop production and maximizing return on investment. We’ve covered the science behind chelating agents, but in this excerpt from the LIFT Summit, Steve Roehl from West Central Distribution discusses why an ortho-ortho EDDHA chelate is the best option for nutrient uptake.
Observing root mass and stalk diameter can help determine the crop’s overall health. The crop’s health is a result of it’s ability to absorb micro and macronutrients that are essential for growth.
Discover how chelating agents increase the availability of micronutrients, which improves plant health and leads to more successful yields.
Learn the benefits that chelating agents and in-furrow fertilization have on nutrient management, and how to increase growth effectiveness with Levesol.
Rate this post You might know that the power of many fertilizers is related to chelation, but when was the last time you really thought about what chelates do? Here’s a quick overview of chelates and how they can help plants maximize nutrient efficiency: Chelating agents affect the bonds between ions and molecules. In nature—i.e., […]
Rate this post Previous posts have discussed the key advantages of ortho-ortho EDDHA chelate products and introduced the latest innovation in this area—Levesol. Now, we’ll look at exactly how to use Levesol to enhance and maximize nutrient efficiency. Levesol is the only pure chelating agent that can be mixed directly with liquid fertilizer and applied […]
Dr. Fred Below, professor of plant physiology, shares his thoughts regarding the importance of feeding the plant, not the acre.
View images of crops affected with Iron Deficiency Chlorosis and those that were protected from the condition.