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Soybean Starter Program:

          Apply 5-12 lbs. N-Rich per acre in 5 or more gallons of water.  Apply product in the furrow.  (THAT'S RIGHT, IN FURROW) 
N-Rich is made of the highest quality technical grade products with the lowest salt content of any fertilizer on the market today.  All our products are
seed safe.  N-Rich applied in the furrow enables roots to be in contact with applied starter during critical early growth stages.                    
          N-Rich starters applied in furrow greatly decrease early growth stage diseases such as Iron Chlorosis.    



Foliar Application for Soybeans:

      Foliar applied fertilizer is one of the most efficient methods of supplying essential nutrients to your crops.
     Foliar applications have shown the best response when made twice during the seed filling period.  Yield increases resulted not from bigger seeds, but more seeds due to seeds developing that otherwise may have aborted due to a lack of nutrition.  Earlier applications are essential for correcting chlorosis or poor nodulation.

Timing:

 Early application of N-Rich 20-14-12-6 can be made at V3 to V4.

 Later applications of N-Rich 20-14-12-6 or N-Rich 11-28-18
 
can be made at R2 to R4.    
 
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Did you know?

     Comparative studies on the absorption and utilization by soybeans and tomatoes of phosphorus applied to the soil and foliage showed a ratio of 20:1 in favor of foliar spraying.
Source:  Iowa State University, Cooperative Extension Service, Ames, IA July 1989


Did you know?

     About 70% to 75% of all soybean blossoms abort and never form pods.  Proper fertilization will reduce the amount of floral abortion and thus increase yields.
Source:  Iowa State University, Cooperative Extension Service, Ames, IA June 1993


Did you know?

     A 3 1/2 inch soybean stubble contains 5 percent of your crop, and a 6 1/2 inch stubble contains 12 percent.
Source:  Iowa State University, Cooperative Extension Service, Ames, IA June 1993






 
 
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