Nitrogen Stabilizers for Corn: Kevin's Yield Insights from his Farm Trials
18 Oct 233 min 20 sec

Kevin presents the results from his recent farm trials using AgroLiquid's nitrogen stabilizer on his corn crops.

00:00 We're here today harvesting our agri liquids test, plot, this variety right behind us, all of them was the same. It's all irrigated. 00:07 But no, we did not get to start irrigating until about the 8th of July due to excessive rainfall. So we, you know, we was already going into tassel, 00:18 which is very unusual. We don't get to get our nitrogen out and a lot of our fertilizer that we fertigate with, we could not do that. Mm-hmm. 00:24 So basically we managed it as a dry land crop, even though we could supply water at the end and nutrients reproduction. But what stood out on this plot, more so than the fertility treatments, 00:34 was the than nitrogen stabilization piece that we put in and it topped the plot. Um, and it's e N 22. Mm-hmm. Uh, 00:44 it's experimental. It's becoming out commercially. So that's what we do at Extreme Ag. We want to get it in a large acreage. It is PT eight acres in this field. We got four 10 acre trials basically. 00:55 And uh, then our border rose, but it's um, 2 62 I believe. Mm-hmm. What it 2 62? 2 62. We was disappointed with that, but you know, 01:07 for basically a dry land style environment, I, it's not terribly bad. Got good plant health, um, still got it greened down below. 01:16 We did lose some at the top, do some real bad heat. I've never been a huge fan of nitrogen stabilizer, so I kind of eat my words when we got right here. 01:26 Yeah. So, uh, we took our, one of our flagship products and it is sulfur based and we know, you know, sulfur to nitrogen ratio is very important in not just stabilization but 01:38 utilization of nitrogen and sulfur in the plant. And so we wanted to marry that with an M V P T product, which is basically a rease inhibitor, so it slows down volatility. 01:47 So we talk about heat and like you said, heat, moisture, that's two huge factors in effecting not your destabilization. 01:55 So we didn't plan for that to be, you were planting season conditions, but it just so happened that it worked out that way and that was what gave us a 02:03 really good, you know, trial basis. What we wanted to see, we actually saw, which is you already pointed out, we still have a lot of green, 02:12 a lot of really serious good plant health. Yes, we lost the tops, but like you said, that's seed as well. But you know, 02:18 we were looking at moisture and stuff in the combine when we were combining it. Everything just seemed to continue and push on all the way to the finish line 02:26 here, which is what our goal is. I know we're a little off the cuff on some of our yields from what we've done in the past, but like you said, 02:35 mother nature plays such a big factor in all conditions. That's why we like to plant in the field with you guys in real farming, 02:43 real life situations. Yeah. So that's the benefit of us working with you. We get to see things like this, which helps us learn. And y'all learn as well, 02:51 10 bushels. Um, if you take the average of all the other plots in here, this one beat the average by 10 bushels you did, 03:00 the only difference was adding the nitrogen stabilizer that has the sulfur based product in it. 03:06 And we all know corn and grass crops love sulfur tremendously. So y'all stay safe and um, thank you and hope this helps you out.

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