Where did all the money go?
Thio-Sul® circa Exactrix TAPPS.
The Grand-daddy of Nitrogen Stabilization outperforms N-serve®.
Good Corn, No-tillage, Mustang Banded.
High quality in the 260 bushel per acre mark.
Good Yields but “where did all the money go”?
High nutrient efficiency at .664 lbs. N per bushel produced using
November TAPPS banding.
Irrigated corn on corn production in Seward County, Nebraska with
October, 2015 yields.
Banding deep to 7 inch depth in the fall, Kevin Medow gets
better and better, year after year. Using
Rotational Band Loading, Exactrix TAPPS and No-tillage.
No-Tillage Twin Row Corn, Monosem Planter, Exactrix TAPPS,Mustang
banded deep to 7 inch depth and vermiculated, after 10
moving up to the 250 to 280 bushel per acre range.
Exactrix Process Control of Anhydrous Ammonia with Snow, A unique
North American combination makes Ammonium work better.
Cash flow nutrient expenditure is about 12% or less of the gross
income for commercial nutrients, NH3, 10-34-0 and 12-0-0-26S or
Thio-Sul® and all fall banded.
Large STEEP plots(2.1 acre) with high integrity and very low
statistical variation indicates fall banding with TAPPS works
Thio-Sul® in the TAPPS band shows ammonium stability in big
rainstorms. NUE at .664 lbs. N per bushel produced.
Different products compared to several other approaches showed
Thio-Sul® was the best
economical, low risk performer.
All products banded in TAPPS and TAPPKTS and compared with
N-Serve®, KTS and DCD. All products applied with uniformity of
Exactrix at 1% CV.
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