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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 24: Nu-Trax P+ Increases Wheat Yields in Western Canada_Ag In Motion 2016

A side-by-side field demonstration was conducted at the 2016 Ag in Motion Event in Saskatoon, SK to evaluate the benefits of Nu-Trax P+ as part of an early-season fertilizer program for wheat production. Under the conditions of this study, Nu-Trax P+ increased early-season biomass production and provided a considerable yield increase of 8.1 bu/ac over the control.

Tags: Nu-Trax P+, Wheat

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Field Insights Issue 20: Nu-Trax P+ Improves Early Season Growth in Wheat in Turkey

In 2014, a laboratory study was conducted at Sabanci University in Turkey to evaluate the performance of Nu-Trax P+ under cool growing conditions and two levels of phosphorus fertility. Regardless of phosphorus fertility, an application of Nu-Trax P+ to starter fertilizer enhanced early plant nutrition as demonstrated by significantly greater plant height under cold conditions.

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Field Insights Issue 16: Zinc DDP Increases Uptake in Wheat in S. Australia

A field study was conducted in 2015 near Redbanks, South Australia to evaluate the performance of Wolf Trax Zinc DDP as part of an early-season nutrition program for wheat. Granular zinc products were also applied for comparison purposes. Despite below average precipitation throughout the course of this study, Zinc DDP applied at 0.75 kg/ha significantly increased zinc content in tissue samples as compared to all other treatments.

Tags: Zinc, Wheat

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