Take a journey with our team and some professionals in high yielding crops and plant health as we spend a day looking at the early growth stages of corn and bean root systems. We found even emergence, big and healthy roots, and a foreshadow of high yielding stands. Our products can be your complete package […]
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Novus Ag Associate Partner, Justin Rivers and Jake Straub with Performance Nutrition take a look at an in-furrow root system with Triton and 3-18-18. At this growth stage in corn Jake discusses that you should be seeing a lot of root hairs and white roots which means they are already very active in the soil.
With the hype of early planting and various equipment combinations for multiple row starter placement and applications, Farm Journal agronomist Ken Ferrie has pin-pointed the benefits of using a starter fertilizer.
Join us for another look at Novus Ag’s Crop Camp where Jake Straub from Performance Nutrition discusses exactly what kind of an impact an infurrow starter can have on your crops.
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 […]