The slow release NITROGEN, with trace minerals, a special calcium and carbon energy; IS THE answer, why waste money on commercial Nitrogen that waste up to 80% of what is applied.
I applied your product last year. You can tell the difference between where I applied and where I didn’t. All of my friends have been asking what I used so I told them I used your product. Justin TN 2019
Timed release liquid nitrogen controls the availability of the nitrogen to the plant, to reduce loss to the environment, decrease risk of burn, and increase the ease and ability for crops to get the Nitrogen they need. According to University research, when using Ammonium Nitrate or Urea up to 40% of the Nitrogen can be lost due to evaporation and 50% binds up around the roots and is not used. With a slow release Nitrogen the risk of loss is eliminated. Slow release nitrogen is designed to have a 30% immediate availability, while the other 70% is released to the soil and the plant as needed. And being that it is in liquid form, it works into the soil in less than 24hr, with no reliance on rain or tilling to go to work.
Ncal Slow release nitrogen is easy to apply with a standard liquid sprayer. The Nitrogen comes in concentrated form and must be mixed with water then broadcast sprayed via single nozzle or boom sprayer.
This form of Nitrogen is the best way to provide a huge boost in production to crops such as hay and pasture, and corn and wheat.
"Wyatt, This stuff worked like a champ! We put it on all fields but two and the ones without your product were yellowish and didn't want to grow. People saw the fields with your stuff on them and said it was like the fields you would see in a TV commercial." Kelly Miller FL 2019.
Timed Release Nitrogen should be applied at a rate of 3-6 gallons per acre (depending on need). For the Equivalent of 200 lbs x acre application rate, AgriTec’s timed release recommendation would run only $46.56 x acre (in a tote size, prices decrease based on quantity), which is about 25% cheaper than average ammonia prices.
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Jordan Johnson AL 2019 face book ; I sprayed a 30 acre trial pasture this last fall, I’ll know around June if it was worth it. I will say so far going into spring... fescue IS showing signs of outgrowing untreated fields. I’m anxious to see the results
Texas A&M study proves when you add liquid calcium to the nitrogen, you can reduce the amount of nitrogen, you apply each time, by 40% to 50%.
Texas Agricultural Extension, Texas, A & M University System. Sam E. Feagley and Lloyd B. Fenn*
The increased ammonium absorption caused by calcium has interesting results.
Photosynthesis increases, and greater amounts of carbon dioxide are captured by the plant from the air, which increases the plants organic building blocks. When plants absorb more ammonium, less nitrogen remains in the soil and is subject to leaching...'
Also, surplus nitrogen, absorbed by plants, is stored and is available to promote growth all season. In trials, both Bermuda grass and rye grass showed this effect, with denser growth and color (chlorophyll-photosynthesis) throughout the season. Using Soluble (Liquid) Calcium to Stimulate Plant Growth....
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