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The best way to control Green House Gas and especially Nitrous Oxide.
The fastest way for producers to make a profit in 2022 when nutrients break 70 cents per lb.
Qualifies as the most significant means to economically control Green House Gas long term when combined with No-till and Fumigant Cover Crop.
Go to Fumigant Cover Cropping in Relay with Soybeans. Video inclusive. Corn Yields Moving up in 2022, Soils Optimized, Relay Fumigant Mustard Oct. 12, 2021, West Point, Beemer, NE Harvest Scene, Rick Engelmeyer. - Broadcast 10_13_2021 (exactrix.com)
TAPPKTS plus Trafix Zinc at 10% of the
Gross Income, ranging from 8% to 12% of the Gross Income in every corn
North American Agriculture at Shelton, NE, is unique with manufacturer of ammonia 50 miles away.
Storage of NH3 is critical to stabilize the price and assures on time delivery to the field.
Storage and delivery of corn to oriental markets by means of the two greatest Transcontinental Railroads has no comparison.
Interstate 80 allows the access to Ammonia Plants of Nebraska, Iowa and Wyoming.
Long term planning of Infrastructure builds economic strength of family farms.
Ethanol plants and livestock feeding of distillers grains drives efficiency in diversified operations.
It takes $1.00 per bushel to deliver corn in 48 to 72 hours to the Pacific Coast from the Husker Heartland.
Is it important to use Anhydrous Ammonia?
A review of typical yield response in Nebraska Conditions using Liquid 32-0-0 applied with a center pivot or side dressed banded.
How important are liquid streaming Flows at 300 psi in deep bands, vermiculated into 15 inch spaced bands 7 to 8 inches deep?
What is TAPPKTS plus Tra-Fix Zinc?
A short cut name for Tri-Ammonium Poly Phosphate-Potassium Thio-Sulfate plus a special hormonal zinc sulfate called TraFix Zinc (Helena).
TAPPKTS™ plus Tra-Fix Zinc is well known by Exactrix® owners that use 1% CV Exactrix®, VRT-Site Specific application that it does no good to go above 140 lbs. N per acre in Nebraska and Kansas irrigated conditions when Exactrix TAPPS™ and TAPPKTS™ is applied….this is total N inclusive. AZn and Mn micros are also used.
Why is placed Phosphate and Potassium so important with two types of Sulfur and TraFix Zinc?
is Corn production properly explained about the role of N.
Therefore, the economics of Corn Production are greatly enhanced when NPKS and micros are completely compared…this was not done in the UNL data base in the above chart and article included above.
Rotational Band Loading Third Year. The cost of TAPPKTS™ plus micros is 44% N or 135 lbs. N as NH3 and 56% NPKS and micros. At 135 lbs. N as NH3 using Mass Flow at .002 repeatable application, Total N cost is $28.77 on production site. At 10 gallons of liquid NPKS and Micros at 4 gallons APP, 5 gallons KTS, .75-gallon AZn and .25 gallon chelated Mn.
Exactrix® No-till 15 inch Mustang Binary Banding TAPPKTS™ plus micros is
37% N as NH3 at 135 lbs. N as NH3 at and 63% NPKS and micros.
What is the Optimum Rate of NH3 vs the Low Rate?
“The Low Rate is always the winner. The Low Rate becomes the Optimum Rate. Mainly because it is hail, wind, poor rainfall timing, lack of a marine air flow, too wet or too dry or simply stated, a poor rotation.”
It should also be noted in difficult weather conditions, Exactrix® TAPPKTS™ with micros is immediately crop available during the growing season. Whether the center pivot runs or not in wet weather or dry weather bands located at the 6 to 7 inch depth and located geometrically for cereal root access always produce the highest yields at the lowest cost.
What is positional availability? The advantage of Exactrix TAPPKTS plus TraFix Zinc is that the 70% to 90% of the plant roots of Corn, Wheat, Cotton and Soybean are pre-loaded in a destiny of healthy roots.
availability is called “Seminal Root Access”….and the second 15 inch band
becomes plant available at V-5.
Strip-Till, No-Till Exactrix® Mustang 7 inch depth single disc banding or Binary Banding with excellent Exactrix® nutrient efficiency yield potential jumps to much higher levels of production and less nutrient is required.
http://www.exactrix.com/Broadcast_06_24_2019.html TAPPS and TAPPKTS Banding is superior.
A Bad Start….on a windy day with 3 different specific gravities and no pressure.
This is not a No-tillage tool. It is a salvage tool in a low profit mode. This is an excuse for a management failure.
The required fertilizer inputs other than NH3 most likely come from bulk spreading of NPKS and seed row starter fertilizers in UNL data. .
A very inaccurate method with compounded CV of application of 35% to 50% considering the wind direction and slope angle.
Poor application confirms that management zones may vary more than the increment of the zone.
This dry fertilizer application spreader is a variable application tool that is not site specific.
Why is Exactrix VRT-Site Specific application the most successful means to make more money?
Exactrix® offers VRT-Site Specific application of TAPPKTS™ and micros…this allows the next chapter in nutrient management to form up.
And furthermore starter fertilizer is not required with Exactrix® Binary Banding.
About 50 lbs. of N was wasted. Compared to $320 per ton for NH3 at 21 cents per lb. of N with on farm storage.
Sometimes Ammonia reaches $1,100 per ton. and the problem of inaccurate application becomes overwhelming.
This is opportunity cost of a high quality application with Exactrix® at $36.20 per acre is wasted when ammonia is less expensive. A big loss and expensive as compared to solution 32-0-0 at 40 cents per lb. of N.
In the budget we find Exactrix® N as NH3 crystallized TAPPS™ at $29.20….compared to solution 32 at $76.00 per acre stand-alone input.
This is a very big deal….A big deal for a young farmer with 1,000 acres of corn over a 20 year period. About $720,000 back in the kitty.
Is Ammonia a Good Buy to $2,000 per ton?
NH3 is always the best buy and you will use less with Exactrix at 50% to 40% less.
What are the economics again?
For sure with ammonia at $1,100 per ton a loss of 2.376 million dollars per 1,000 acres over 20 years.
As stated and In fact when corn prices again jump to $5.00 to $6.00 per bushel….nitrogen will follow the corn price and the price spread could easily double to $1.45 million over a 20 year career.
And when the Nitrogen price goes to 3.3 times more….the loss is 2.376 million dollars per 1,000 acres over 20 years.
Is now is the time to conserve with Exactrix and use less and get more?
Yes, with low interest rates it is time to buy Exactrix TAPPKTS formulators with No-tillage Mustang Openers.
It is the time to buy land that can be paid for fast with Exactrix.
Included is a good document from the University of Nebraska using 32-0-0 is included in the above chart.
Below you can compare the power of TAPPS and TAPPKTS and Binary Banding. And even yet better explained with all fertilizer inputs of NPKS and micros. The comparison stands out since the yields come up faster and plateau sooner with TAPPKTS and Micros.
About $75 was spent on solution 32-0-0 with no other nutrient sources included. Most likely another $75 was spent on dry bulk spreading to maintain soil test P at 25 PPM and also with a high CV or a poor VRT-Site specific application.
Exactrix TAPPKTS plus Micros is compared at $65.00 and total VRT-Site Specific at 1%CV of application.
Exactrix® N as NH3 at the highest rate of N achieves top yields in Nebraska Irrigated Corn production. Yields are in the 280 to 290 bushel range at 140 total lbs. N, 120 lbs. NH3 and 20 lbs. Ammonium in APP and ATS.
the reduction in price, KTS® can also be easily justified in Exactrix
applications since it also stabilizes nitrogen as a
It is well known by Exactrix owners that use 1% CV Exactrix, VRT-Site Specific application that it does no good to go above 140 lbs. N per acre in Nebraska conditions when Exactrix® TAPPS and TAPPKTS is applied....this is total N inclusive.
Once again in your research reading and understanding please absorb this statement.
Not always is
Corn production properly explained about the role of N.
http://www.exactrix.com/Broadcast_07_02_2019.html Exactrix® Binary Banding and TAPPS and TAPPKTS further explained.
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Exactrix TAPPS at Catholic Canyon using 4 management zones.
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