Corn Scouting Update

Recently, we dug roots to check on the effectiveness of a Triton fertilizer additive plus water in-furrow treatment for a field in Clark County. This corn was planted April 19th and the photos were taken on May 10. As you can see, there  is a noticeable increase in the quantity of root hairs on the plant. This is important to the health of your crop because those root hairs are responsible for nutrient and water update.


Stay tuned for more of our crop scouting updates. For more information on Triton by Innova Performance Products, contact myself or any Novus Ag Associate Partner.

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