BigYieldCoat Corn +Zn is a nutrient supplement that gives corn seedlings what they need to get a head start on the growing season. It’s survival of the fittest, so give your plants the supplements they need to emerge, grow and thrive. Crops will get up and out of the ground faster; grow stronger stems; and better compete for nutrients, water and sunlight. Tests have demonstrated yield increases of up to 10%. BigYieldCoat Corn + Zn is a dry powder designed to treat seeds in the planter box.
This product is approved by the Washington State Department of Agriculture for organic use. Click here to view the registration certificate for BigYieldCoat Corn +Zn.
- Provides essential nutrients for developing strong shoots and roots
- Supports seedling vigor and emergence
- Aids root hair growth
- Enhances nutrient uptake
- Consistently produces higher yields
- Supplies 9 vital nutrients
- Supplies extra zinc that is critical for corn growth
Through stronger, more vigorous seedlings, BigYieldCoat Corn +Zn helps plants to produce higher yields.
Recommended Application – Corn
BigYieldCoat Corn +Zn is applied to the seeds in planter boxes. Fill your planter box half full of seed, apply half of the BigYieldCoat Corn + Zn, and mix thoroughly. Then, fill the other half of the planter box with seed, apply the rest of your BigYieldCoat Corn + Zn, and mix again. Apply 8 ounces of BigYieldCoat Corn + Zn per 100 pounds of seed.
What BigYield.us Customers are Saying
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BigYieldCoat Corn +Zn Coverage and Use Calculator
Use the calculator below to calculate how many acres a 5 lb. jar of BigYieldCoat Corn +Zn will cover for your planting system, and to calculate how many ounces of BigYieldCoat Corn +Zn you will need to treat one unit of corn seed.
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|*Please note that these calculations are an estimate. Your kernel size and shape will slightly change the actual acreage covered and ounces of product per unit of seed needed.|