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Field Insights Issue 37: Wolf Trax DDP Nutrients Increase Wheat Yields in Rwanda

In 2015, a multi-site, replicated field trial was conducted in Rwanda to evaluate the performance of Wolf Trax DDP Nutrients as part of an early season fertiliser program for wheat production. Micronutrient strategies including Wolf Trax DDP Nutrients resulted in significantly higher wheat yields than the current fertiliser practice.

Tags: Boron, Cereals, Copper, Field Insights, Field Trial, Product Trial, Wheat, Yield Trial, Zinc

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Field Insights Issue 36: Wolf Trax DDP Nutrients Increase Bean Yields in Rwanda

In 2015, a multi-site, replicated field trial was conducted in Rwanda to evaluate the performance of Wolf Trax DDP Nutrients as part of an early season fertiliser program for bean production. Application of Wolf Trax DDP Nutrients resulted in comparable yields to Ferticoat™ and significantly higher yields than the granular micronutrients and the foliar micronutrient strategy.

Tags: Africa, Beans, Boron, Copper, Edible Beans, Field Insights, Field Trial, Product Trial, Rwanda, Pulses, Yield Trial, Zinc

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Field Insights Issue 35: Wolf Trax DDP Nutrients Increase Maize Yields in Rwanda

In 2015, a multi-site, replicated field trial was conducted in Rwanda to evaluate the performance of Wolf Trax DDP Nutrients as part of an early season fertiliser program for maize production. Application of Wolf Trax DDP Nutrients resulted in significantly higher maize yields than the current fertiliser practice or granular micronutrients and was comparable to the foliar micronutrient strategy.

Tags: Africa, Boron, Copper, Corn, Field Insights, Field Trial, Maize, Product Trial, Rwanda, Yield Trial, Zinc

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Field Insights Issue 29: Wolf Trax DDP Nutrients Increase Dry Bean Yield in Brazil

A replicated, multi-site field study was initiated in Brazil to evaluate the performance of Wolf Trax DDP Nutrients – compared to granular micronutrients and oil-based micronutrient coatings – as part of an early season fertilizer program for dry bean production. Under the conditions of this study, DDP Nutrients resulted in significant yield increases.

Tags: Boron, Brazil, Copper, Dry Beans, Field Insights, Field Trial, Manganese, Product Trial, South America, Yield Trial, Zinc

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Field Insights Issue 28: Wolf Trax DDP Nutrients Increase Soybean Yield in Brazil

A replicated, multi-site field study was conducted in Brazil to evaluate the performance of Wolf Trax DDP Nutrients – compared to granular micronutrients and oil-based micronutrient coatings – as part of an early season fertilizer program for soybean production. DDP Nutrients significantly increased soybean yield relative to all other micronutrient products.

Tags: Boron, Brazil, Copper, Field Insights, Field Trial, Manganese, Product Trial, South America, Soybeans, Yield Trial, Zinc

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Field Insights Issue 26: Wolf Trax DDP Nutrients Improve Potato Yields and Grower Returns in Washington

In 2016, a replicated field study was conducted in the Columbia Basin to evaluate the performance of Wolf Trax DDP® Nutrients and Nu-Trax P+™ in potatoes. Separate applications of Nu-Trax P+ or Wolf Trax DDP Nutrients provided considerable yield benefits, and best results were obtained when Nu-Trax P+ and Wolf Trax DDP Nutrients were applied in a combined approach.

Tags: Boron, Copper, Field Insights, Field Trial, Iron, Manganese, Nu-Trax P+, Potatoes, Product Trial, Washington, Yield Trial, Zinc

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Correcting common misconceptions about micronutrient fertilizer rates

“For years, the common recommendation to farmers has been to apply fairly high rates of micronutrients to deficient soils,” says Mark Goodwin, Director of Research and Development for Wolf Trax®. “That’s because rates were based on traditional granular micronutrient technology, which are inefficiently distributed in the soil.”

Tags: Zinc, Boron, Copper, Iron, Magnesium, Manganese

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Three ideas for making micronutrients pay for producers this fall

As the 2011 harvest winds down, producers may be looking for ways to get the jump on next year’s fertility program. As farm sizes have gone up and as producer’s schedules have become tighter and tighter, they may be looking for ways to spread the workload by getting part of their fertility done in the fall for the 2012 crop.

Tags: Zinc, Boron, Copper, Iron, Magnesium, Manganese, Protinus

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