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Five Considerations to Get Your Crops Off to a Good Start

Five things to consider to get your growing season off to the best start possible.

MicroEssentials® SZ® (In-furrow) in Winter Wheat

Evaluate the yield response of winter wheat to applications of MAP (11-52-0) and MicroEssentials® SZ® (12-40-0-10S-1Zn) when placed in-furrow with the seed (Air-drill placement).

MicroEssentials® SZ® Corn Fall vs. Spring Banded

Regardless of fall or spring application, a banded application of MicroEssentials® SZ® is a superior technology for improving nutrient use efficiency.

MicroEssentials® S15® — Spring Wheat Study

Evaluate the yield response of spring wheat to MAP (11-52-0) and MicroEssentials® S15® (13-33-0-15S).

MicroEssentials® S10® — Potato Study

Evaluate the yield response of potato to MAP (11-52-0) and MicroEssentials® S10® (12-40-0-10S).

MicroEssentials® SZ® Spring Wheat Study

Evaluate the yield response of spring wheat to MAP (11-52-0) + MOP (0-0-60) and MicroEssentials® SZ® (12-40-0-10S-1Zn) + MOP.

MicroEssentials® S10® — Cotton Study

Evaluate the yield response of cotton to DAP (18-46-0), DAP + AS (21-0-0-24S), and MicroEssentials® S10® (12-40-0-10S).

MicroEssentials® Cotton Study

Evaluate the yield response of cotton to DAP, MicroEssentials® S10® and MicroEssentials® SZ®.

MicroEssentials® SZ® Winter Canola Fertility in the Southern Plains

Evaluate the yield response of winter canola to MicroEssentials® SZ®

Balanced Crop Nutrition in a Cropping System

Quantify the effect of a comprehensive fertility program including MicroEssentials® SZ® (12-40-0-10S-1Zn) + Aspire® (0-0-58-0.5B) compared to a conventional fertility program of MAP (11-52-0) + MOP (0-0-60) or MAP Only in a four-year cropping system.

MicroEssentials® SZ® Sugarcane and Sugar Content Study

Evaluate sugarcane yield and sugar content response to MicroEssentials® SZ® (12-40-0-10S-1Zn) and DAP (18-46-0).

It's Time to Reevaluate Canola P Fertility!

Are you seed-placing your phosphorus (P) and basing application rates on seed safety rather than crop requirements? You may be leaving yield on the table. Recent research out of the University of Manitoba examining seed-safe rates of P and sulfur (S) in canola is showing that P applied at rates based on seed safety may not be adequate to maximize canola yields.