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How Much Sulfur You’ll Need for 200 bu. Corn

We hear the most about nitrogen, phosphorous and potassium. We know how important they are for high yielding corn. But something that comes in at a close second is sulfur. It is also the nutrient that has decreased the most in our soils. So, by adding sulfur to your soils, you are doing yourself a […]

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Extensively Manage Soybeans and See Pay-Off in Yield

Are your high-yielding soybean varieties getting enough S and N? Over the years, soybeans have been shown a lot more attention and data proves that they are no longer just a rotational crop. Progressive growers are finding a high yield pay-off in soybeans that they have extensively managed. The Crop Life Learning Center wrote a […]

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Say No to Sulfur Deficiency

Do you know the nutrient that has decreased the most from our soils? If you answered sulfur, you are correct. According to Performance Nutrition’s, Jake Straub, there are less than 10 parts per million. That is only 0.001% left.

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Tissue Sampling: What You Can’t See Can Hurt You

Taking tissue samples now identifies unseen nutrient deficiencies and imbalances in the growing crop that may or may not be visible as you walk your fields. When imbalances and deficiencies are discovered early they can be addressed with a foliar fertilizer or foliar nutritional application before yield has been negatively impacted. Once the deficiency symptoms […]

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How do you prevent sulfur deficiencies?

We are pleased to announce a new product in our line of Innova Performance Products, Ntise. Ntise provides supplemental sulfur in a form that is readily available to your crops. Plants need sulfur to: Make proteins Craft chlorophyll Fabricate enzymes and vitamins Aid in seed production Promote nodule formation in legumes Facilitate trans location of […]

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