Two tips for growers when planting early is to use effective nutrient management practices and apply in-furrow application.
Biologicals offer alternative modes and mechanisms of action to protect plants from pests and pathogens as well as boost outputs.
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.
Research from Dr. Dorivar Ruiz Diaz, associate professor in Soil Fertility and Nutrient Management at Kansas State University indicated that an in-furrow fertilizer application when combined with an application of Levesol related to increased yield in his trial.
Learn how to use starter fertilizer for crops in specific situations, which can lead to better plant health, emergence, and yield increase.
Phosphorus and nitrogen are a huge industry focus, but there is much more to nutrient availability than targeting only one or two nutrients.
West Central Distribution announced the launch of a new version of its proprietary ortho-ortho EDDHA chelating agent Levesol™. The new product, Levesol DFC will be available for the 2016 planting season and has been proven to improve phosphorus and micronutrient efficiency, like the original Levesol.
A recap of the LIFT Agriculture Summit told through 31 tweets by people and organizations who attended the event.
Many people aren’t sure how to create a successful fertility program for their soybeans because options can vary so much between different soil types, even on the same farm. Check out what Dr. Fred Below, Professor of Crop Physiology at the University of Illinois, has to say about soybean fertility in a LIFT Quick Listen.