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A Look at BP In-Furrow on Corn

A Look at BP In-Furrow on Corn

Each season, we like to share examples of what we see in our product research. Today, we want to share a couple of comparison photos of corn that had BP In-Furrow applied. The following photo was taken on June 4, 2021. This corn was planted on April 27, 2021. The corn on the left had 10 gallons / acre of …

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Soybean Comparison from Our Eastern Division

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We wanted to share a great soybean comparison from our Eastern Division. Matt Perdue – a grower based out of Elizabeth City, North Carolina – submitted the photo. On the right side of the photo (growers left hand) the soybeans had Yield Booster and BigSweetYield applied as a foliar application. The beans on the left side of the photo (growers …

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BP In-Furrow Comparison on Corn

BP In-Furrow Corn Comparison Featured

We wanted to share a comparison photo with you from our research plots this year. The corn on the left side of this photo had a typical dry fertilizer program. The corn on the right did not have dry fertilizer, and instead had a 10-gallon per acre application of our BP In-Furrow. This rate allows a grower to fully replace …

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Photos from our Research Farm Tours

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Last week we held our research farm tours. Below are some photos of the event. If you were unable to make it to the tours and are interested in looking at the research farm, feel free to call or email us to set up a time.

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Ear Size Comparison Using BP In-Furrow

BP In-Furrow Ear Comparison

The image below is from one of our in-furrow corn plots this year. As you can see, the corn treated with BP In-Furrow has a bigger ear. There are 22 kernel rows on the corn treated with BP In-Furrow, compared to 16 kernel rows on the check.

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Root Mass Difference Using BP In-Furrow

The image below is from one of our in-furrow corn plots this year. As you can see, the corn treated with BP In-Furrow has a much thicker root mass, and will create more organic matter for the soil.

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Photos of BigSweetYield Effect on Citrus Greening Disease

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Recently, part of our BigYield.us team traveled to Haines City, Fla., to observe our BigSweetYield test in citrus groves. We’ve been researching the effect of BigSweetYield applications on citrus trees infected with Huanglongbing, a disease also known as citrus greening that causes fruit to drop prematurely from trees and can trigger other adverse effects. These photos show the dramatic difference …

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BigYield.us at the 2016 Commodity Classic

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Photos from Our Garden City Grower Meeting

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Photos from Our East Coast Grower Meeting

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