Ingalls Kansas Corn Story
Ingalls Kansas Corn Story - Comparing treated and untreated ears
Ears on left are from a field treated with Bio-Forge and X-Cyte. Two of StollerUSA's plant performance products.
Ingalls Kansas Corn Story - Ears from 4 different fields
Three groups of ears taken from three different fields at the top were treated with the Stoller Program. Bottom three ears were from untreated fields.
Ingalls Kansas Corn Story - Untreated ears in the field
Ears from the untreated fields were tipped back 4 or 5 rows. Most ears measured 16 kernels around.
Ingalls Kansas Corn Story - Treated ears in the field
Ears in the fields treated with Bio-Forge and X-Cyte were filled to the tip. Most ears measured 18 kernels around.
Ingalls Kansas Corn Story - Aerial Photo of Untreated Field
The most dramatic difference is seen in aerial photographs taken 8-20-12. You can see the challenges this farmer had with spider mites and light soils in this untreated field.
Ingalls Kansas Corn Story - Aerial Photo of Treated Field
This field (Located right next to the untreated field in previous slide) has the same issue with spider mites and light soils. But the treated crop shows up thick, green and healthier even from a birds eye view!
Ingalls Kansas Corn Story - Scouting the Fields
Key to managing crop stress is working with proven technologies like Bio-Forge and continuous scouting of the fields.
2012 Growing season was very very hot, dry and windy. The impact of crop stress was visible from the road. Here's how one farmer used Stoller technology to manage crop stress