April 6, 2016
Fertilizer trials show consistent corn yield bumps with Nu-Trax P+
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Nu-Trax P+ fertilizer has shown consistent yield benefits in third-party corn fertilizer trials. From Maryland to South Dakota, the corn yield trials have put Nu-Trax P+ to the test in a multitude of growing conditions:
- Fertility programs that included no granular phosphorus or sulfur to highly managed programs including in-furrow micronutrients and side-dressed nitrogen
- Very different soil types with a pH range of 6.4 to 8.2
One thing that the fertilizer trials had in common was increased corn yields with the addition of Nu-Trax P+. Overall, adding Nu-Trax P+ resulted in a 17.1 bushels-per-acre yield increase.
For more details on any of the below corn yield trials, download the Field Insights pdf.
This side-be-side trial in Gibson County evaluated Nu-Trax P+ with various practices including liquid starter fertilizer and an at-plant insecticide application.
A researcher conducted a replicated field trial to see the yield impact of Nu-Trax P+ in different phosphorus levels.
Hefty Seeds facilitated a field trial to evaluate the effect of adding Nu-Trax P+ and Boron DDP to a standard fertility program.
This 2015 replicated field trial tested Nu-Trax P+ in various fertility programs with different phosphorus and sulfur levels.
To see more trial results in corn, soybeans, wheat and more, go to the Nu-Trax P+ performance page.