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Sponsored: Maximize Nitrogen Efficiency, Uptake and Profitability
Spring rain can dramatically increase nitrogen loss through leaching by pushing nitrogen lower into the soil profile.
Instinct® and N-Serve® nitrogen stabilizers reduce leaching and extend nitrogen availability in the soil for up to eight weeks. By lengthening the time nitrogen is in the soil, Instinct and N-Serve can help your customers achieve an average revenue increase of $21 per acre.*
In most cases, these two products extend nitrogen availability six to eight weeks during critical growth points in a corn plant’s development.
In addition to the yield and economic benefits of using Instinct or N-Serve, there are also important environmental advantages of keeping nitrogen in the soil and out of waterways. Field trials show that the active ingredient in Instinct and N-Serve effectively increase soil nitrogen retention by 28 percent while decreasing leaching into groundwater by more than 16 percent.**
N-Serve has been used with confidence to maximize anhydrous ammonia applications for more than 40 years. Instinct, introduced in 2007, provides growers with a versatile alternative by effectively stabilizing other forms of nitrogen, including urea, UAN and liquid manure.
To calculate the profit your customers can achieve with an application of Instinct and N-Serve, visit MaxInMaxOut.com or contact your Dow AgroSciences sales representative.
*Assuming $3/bu. corn and based on 20 Dow AgroSciences internal field trials from 2015, resulting in an average of 7 bu./A yield increase.
**Wolt, J.D. 2004. A meta-evaluation of nitrapyrin agronomic and environmental effectiveness with emphasis on corn production in the midwestern USA. Nutr. Cycl. Agroecosyst. 69:23–41. doi:10.1023/B:FRES.0000025287.52565.99.
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