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Tissue Sampling for Maximum Yields

Jun 03, 2021

Allied Cooperative offers 3 tips for optimizing your nutrient management plan and maximizing yields.

To understand how well plants are taking up nutrients from the soil, you need to tissue sample at critical growth stages, using the test results to determine existing nutrient levels and the proper amounts needed for plant development and optimum yield potential. 

Nitrogen, Phosphate and Potassium are at the top of the list, but you may also find that Sulfurm Zinc and Manganese are where your crops are lacking most.

Upon receipt of your tissue sampling results, review them with your local agronomy advisor and make adjustments to your crop plan according to the needs shown, such as nitrogen, potash, micro nutrients etc.

Every season, farmers may be leaving hundreds of dollars per acre in the field by not leveraging quality data to support their decision-making.
  • If you're looking for a fertlizer that handles it all, MAX-IN® ULTRA ZMB® for form combines zinc, manganese and boron into one convenient and effective foliar micronutrient product.
  • MAX-IN BORON is an effective foliar-applied source of boron that contains CornSorb®  technology to greatly increase the movement of mircronutrients through the leaf cuticle and into internal structures.
  • MAX-IN for Beans -- micronutrients correct key deficiencies in a formulation specifically designed for use on soybeans in conjunction with glyphosate herbicides.  This versatile product delivers boron (B), iron (Fe), manganese (Mn), molybdenum (Mo), and zinc (Zn) for increased bean plant strength and production.
Click on the link below to view a video on how MAX-IN works.
MAX-IN Video
Contact your local agronomy advisor to have your fields sampled.
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