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Field Insights Issue 33: Wolf Trax Zinc DDP Increases Sugarcane Yield in Florida, Year 2

In 2016, a replicated field study was conducted in Florida to evaluate the performance of Wolf Trax Zinc DDP compared to granular zinc sulfate as part of an early season fertilizer program for sugarcane production. Zinc DDP significantly increased sugar yield relative to the granular zinc sulfate treatment.

Tags: Cane, Field Insights, Field Trial, Florida, Product Trial, Sugar, Sugarcane, Yield Trial, Zinc

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Field Insights Issue 32: Wolf Trax Zinc DDP Increases Sugarcane Yield in Florida

In 2015, a replicated strip trial experiment was conducted in Florida to evaluate the performance of Wolf Trax Zinc DDP compared to granular zinc sulfate as part of an early season fertilizer program for sugarcane production. Under the conditions of this study, application of Zinc DDP resulted in significantly increased yield and sugar content relative to the control.

Tags: Cane, Field Insights, Field Trial, Florida, Product Trial, Sugar, Sugarcane, Yield Trial, Zinc

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Field Insights Issue 31: Wolf Trax Zinc DDP in Corn – Fall vs Spring Applications

In 2016, a replicated field study was conducted in Ontario to evaluate the performance of Wolf Trax Zinc DDP when applied in the fall or as part of an early season fertilizer program in the spring. Wolf Trax Zinc DDP significantly increased crop vigour and yield, regardless of application timing.

Tags: Application Timing, Canada, Corn, Fall Fertilizer, Field Insights, Field Trial, Ontario, Product Trial, Yield Trial, Zinc

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Field Insights Issue 30: Wolf Trax Zinc DDP Increases Corn Yields in Ontario

In 2016, a replicated field study was conducted in Ontario to evaluate the performance of Wolf Trax Zinc DDP as part of a fall fertilizer program for corn production. Wolf Trax Zinc DDP significantly increased crop vigour and yield relative to the control and was comparable or significantly better than MicroEssentials® SZ™.

Tags: Application Timing, Canada, Corn, Fall Fertilizer, Field Insights, Field Trial, Ontario, Product Trial, 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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Soybeans Micronutrient Guide

Manganese deficiency is one of the most commonly encountered nutrient deficiencies in soybeans. Deficiencies typically vary across the field and can be recurring due to soil factors. Small amounts of zinc fertilizer have also been shown to increase yield considerably. Adequate zinc levels are necessary for proper growth, development and reproduction in soybeans.

Tags: Zinc, Manganese, Soybeans

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Rice Micronutrient Guide

Adequate levels of zinc are necessary in rice production to ensure proper growth, development and reproduction. Zinc deficiencies in U.S. rice production have been well documented with reported yield losses between 10% and 60%. The average-yielding crop in the U.S. removes 0.3 lb/ac of zinc with the grain. It’s important to keep this nutrient in mind when designing a balanced fertility program.

Tags: Zinc, Rice

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Corn Micronutrient Guide

Adequate levels of zinc and boron are necessary in corn production to ensure proper growth and development, as well as optimum yield. Maintaining sufficient zinc in the soil enables corn seedlings to forage for the water and nutrients they need. Boron is necessary for tassel and silk formation, sugar transport, pollination and seed production, enhanced water use efficiency and drought tolerance.

Tags: Zinc, Boron, Corn

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Field Insights Issue 17: Zinc DDP Increases Barley Yields in Western Australia

In 2015, a replicated field study was conducted in Western Australia to evaluate the performance of Wolf Trax Zinc DDP as compared to other micronutrient strategies. Under the conditions of this study, Zinc DDP applied at 0.80 kg/ha resulted in yields that were significantly greater than the control, zinc fertiliser applied as a seed treatment, or fluid zinc applications of 0.18 kg/ha. All other treatments were comparable.

Tags: Zinc

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