Mar7MonMarch 7, 2016
In this NACHURS Blog edition, I thought it would be interesting to look at some photos from last season and the benefits various NACHURS applications yielded on a host of southern grown crops. Enjoy the view and talk to a NACHURS rep if you want to see similar results from applying NACHURS high quality fertility.
Young sugar cane near Convent, LA after applying NACHURS playmaKer in the row prior to planting.Photo taken in June. 4 g/ac Rhyzo-Link 3-10-13 applied in furrow at planting vs UTC.
Photo taken in June. 2x2 fertility application.Left = 10 g/ac UAN 32 + 10 g/ac 10-34-0 + 2 g/ac Rhyzo-Link 0-0-15 vs 10 g/ac UAN 32 + 10 g/ac 10-34-0 alone.
Spring sugar cane emergence after fall application of 10 g/ac NACHURS playmaKer at planting (left) UTC on right.Jason Worley (NACHURS RSM) showcasing 2 g/ac NACHURS Rhyzo-Link 3-10-13 (left) vs UTCat Moultrie, GA applied in furrow at planting with inoculant.
South Carolina cotton after applying Warrant herbicide + 1 qt/ac NACHURS Finish Line.
Same South Carolina cotton after applying Warrant herbicide without NACHURS Finish Line.
Left plant: came from untreated tobacco transplant water, Right plant came from transplant watertreated at 1 gal/100 gal of water with NACHURS 9-18-9-1.
NACHURS agronomists and Pathway Biologics tech staff on joint crop tour near Memphis, TN in early June.
Peanut harvest underway in NE AR. NACHURS 6-24-6 used at starter at 2 g/ac rate.
Sugar cane harvest in S LA (2014).