Cattle Vote for Bio-Mulch

Here’s something to ruminate on. Near Scottsbluff, Nebraska a farmer-rancher found over the last winter that his cattle preferred grazing Bio-Mulch™ 7-0-0 treated corn stubble so much that for a remarkably long time they wouldn’t even bother with the neighbor’s untreated half-pivot. And consider the production economics that resulted. The cattle required less supplemental feed […]

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Adding key foliar nutrients to almond hull split and/or walnut insecticide sprays can help boost yield, nut size and long-term tree productivity and health

Growers looking to increase nut yields, achieve larger nuts and minimize alternate bearing problems should consider adding key nutrients that have early season peak demand to their hull split and codling moth sprays.  Now is the best opportunity to effect 2017 yields – not in the spring. Cool spring soil temperatures limit nutrient uptake and […]

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Increase Nut Quality and Yield by Improving Late Season Nutrient Uptake and Root Health with BioMax™ Dual Action +

High-quality, high-yielding nut crops require a robust, healthy tree root rhizosphere where natural soil born organisms improve the availability and efficiency of soil fertilizers to complement fast-acting prescriptive foliar nutrition programs. Agro-K Corporation’s new BioMax™ Dual Action + feeds and activates native beneficial bacteria and fungi to make more soil nutrients plant-available and grower investment […]

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Foliar Nutrition Strategies for Blueberry and Cane Berry Growers to Implement NOW to Maximize Fruit Size, Quality and Shelf-Life

Blueberry and cane berry growers in the Midwest and eastern states are now past the fruit set stage and into the fruit “cell-division” stage. This stage occurs for about 3-4 weeks post fruit set. It is the period of time where individual cells in the fruit divide rapidly. This 3-4 week window is one of […]

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Comprehensive non-phosphite foliar program on walnuts demonstrates substantial economic yield increases in two replicated trials compared to grower standard fertility programs

Due to continuing concerns about the use of phosphite based inputs in walnuts and other nut crops as a result of European Union regulations, Agro-K, in 2015 began multi-year trials with two independent contractors, Brooks Bauer with Two Bees Agricultural Research & Consulting, Escalon CA and Steve Deitz of Sawtooth Ag Research, Woodlake, CA, to […]

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Comprehensive non-phosphite foliar program in almond trial demonstrates significant yield increase and tree growth over grower standard fertility program

Due to continuing concerns about the use of phosphite based inputs in almonds and other nut crops as a result of European Union regulations, Agro-K, in 2015 began a multi-year trial with independent contractor, Brooks Bauer of Two Bees Agricultural Research & Consulting in Escalon CA, to demonstrate that a comprehensive Agro-K soil and foliar […]

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BioMax™ Dual Action + amplifies late-season vine root development and beneficial soil microbial activity

In the fall, vineyard management focuses on harvest and then preparing the vines for winter. But this also is an ideal time to give some attention to the late-season needs of roots and the biosphere. An application of BioMax™ Dual Action + will amplify root development and beneficial soil microbial activity leading to improved nutrient […]

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A late-season application of BioMax™ Dual Action + amplifies root development and beneficial soil microbial activity

BioMax™ Dual Action + is a powerful multi-faceted soil fertilizer that was designed to address the new realities nut growers face. • Decreasing water supplies. • Increasing soil salinity. • The 2014 European Union ruling on phosphite residues in nut meat, which prevents growers from using phosphite products. Orchard management practices must account for and […]

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Goodbye, Corn Crowns

Potato Grower Magazine Corn Residue Feature Story Goodbye Corn Crowns Helping microbes digest residue earlier reduces late nitrogen “In-season monitoring of petiole tests of nitrate levels showed we were getting more consistent and predictable release of organic nitrogen components in the soil, We want the nitrogen available early to mid-season and then we need reduced […]

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