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Row Support

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Row Support Dry

Row Support Dry 18-8-5-6s-6ca
When developing this formula we looked at the teachings of Dr. Reams, Dr. Skow, and Dr. Andersen as they have taught we need to understand the growing cycles of the crop we are growing. All crops generally start with a need for nitrate nitrogen for the vegetative growth side, and at some point and time you will need to switch over to the ammonal or reproductive side. The formula which we designed fits this perfectly due to the way which we have combined ammonium sulfate and ammonium nitrate, while still keeping a quality product which stays in condition when being used as a dry banded product.

The uniqueness of this formula would be the low usage rate, when combing all the elements of this formula they become one complete formula which responds similar to amino acid or a simple protein giving the longer release period which is why we can have a lower use rate and still perform better than a conventional formulation.

DIRECTION FOR USE
Corn: 75-150 lbs, per acre as a 2x2 placement
150-300 lbs. per acre as a broadcast
Soybeans: 50-100 lbs. per acre as a row
100-200 lbs. per acre as a broadcast
Small Grains: 250-300 lbs. per acre as a broadcast
125-150 lbs. per acre as a band
Potatoes: 150-300 lbs. per acre as a starter
150-300 lbs. per acre as a row support
250-400 lbs. per acre as a broadcast
Alfalfa: 125-150 lbs. per acre as a band at planting
250-400 lbs. per acre as a broadcast

GUARANTEED ANALYSIS:  
Total Nitrogen (N) 18.00%
Available Phosphoric Acid (P2O5) 8.00%
Soluble Potash (K2O) 5.00%
Calcium (Ca) 6.00%
Sulfur (S) 6.00%

Derived from: Ammonium Nitrate, Ammonium Sulfate, Soft Rock Phosphate, Ammonium Nitrogen, Potassium Sulfate, Calcium Carbonate, Gypsum, Phosphoric Acid, and Humic acid.

Row Support Liquid

Row Support Liquid 25-0-0-2s-1ca
When developing the liquid formula we looked at the teachings of Dr. Reams, Dr. Skow, and Dr. Andersen, as they have taught we need to understand the growing cycles of the crop we are growing. All crops generally start with a need for nitrate nitrogen for the vegetative growth side, and at some point and time you will need to switch over to the ammonal or reproductive side. The formula which we designed fits this perfectly due to the way which we have combined Ammonium Thio sulfate and calcium nitrate, while still keeping a quality product which stays in condition when being used as a liquid banded product.

The uniqueness of this formula would be the low usage rate, when combing all the elements of this formula they become one complete formula which responds similar to amino acid or a simple protein giving the longer release period which is why we can have a lower use rate and still perform better than a conventional formulation.

DIRECTION FOR USE
Corn: 25-35 gallons per acre as a 2x2 placement
50-70 gallons per acre as a broadcast
Soybeans: 15-25 gallons per acre as a 2x2 placement
30-50 gallons per acre as a broadcast
Small Grains: 15-25 gallons per acre as a broadcast
25-50 gallons per acre as a broadcast
Potatoes: 15-25 gallons per acre as a 2x2 placement
25-40 gallons per acre as a broadcast

GUARANTEED ANALYSIS:  
Total Nitrogen (N) 25.00%
Available Phosphoric Acid (P2O5) 0.00%
Soluble Potash (K2O) 0.00%
Calcium (Ca) 1.00%
Sulfur (S) 2.00%

Derived from: Ammonium Nitrate, Ammonium Thio Sulfate, Ammonium Nitrogen, Calcium Nitrate, polypeptides, and humic acid.

Mission Statement
To bring a synergistic relationship between the man and land, while building products that will pursue the highest standards in the industry. Through this relationship we will educate, while building long-term partnerships of success, by using soil science, microbiology and plant physiology.
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