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Corteva Agriscience announces new above-ground nitrogen stabilizer

PinnitMax TG provides protection for nitrogen fertilizers.

A new above-ground nitrogen stabilizer will round out Corteva Agriscience’s portfolio of nitrogen maximizers. PinnitMax TG ensures nitrogen gets to plant root zones by protecting urea and UAN applications from volatilization for up to 14 days.

“We’re excited to bring PinnitMax TG nitrogen stabilizer to customers for the 2022 season. The new solution comes in a convenient solvent formulation with easy handling capabilities,” said William Wynn, Corteva Agriscience U.S. product manager, nitrogen stabilizers, in a news release. “PinnitMax TG nitrogen stabilizer also offers other benefits like straightforward blending, free-flowing applications, and easy cleanup, which speeds up labor and processing time for customers to help optimize their operations.”

PinnitMax TG provides protection and maximum yield potential when used in fall, spring, or sidedress applications. To provide flexibility to farmers, PinnitMax TG is compatible with various fertilizer handling systems, blenders, and impregnation devices. Offered in an easily identifiable blue, the solution is stain-free and easily washed out of equipment.

“With volatile fertilizer prices, it’s more important than ever for growers to protect their nitrogen investments,” Wynn said. “Nitrogen is already one of the most expensive inputs each growing season, and it’s essential for strong yield. A proven stabilizer, like one of our nitrogen maximizers, can help ensure a good return on that investment, while enhancing sustainability measures.”

One of three nitrogen maximizers from Corteva Agriscience, PinnitMax TG is available now. Talk to your local Corteva Agriscience representative or click here to learn more. 

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