Learn About Nitrogen Stabilization on RFD-TV

Instinct-IIAs your customers prepare for spring, they’re also thinking about how to optimize corn yield and profit potential. One of the best ways to do that is by protecting applied nitrogen during key growth stages. As corn plants grow, they can lose their source of nitrogen because of leaching and denitrification, which can
N-Servesignificantly reduce yield. By protecting nitrogen at the root zone, Instinct® II and N-Serve® nitrogen stabilizers make nitrogen available longer when and where corn needs it most.

 

RALive

Join us at 8 p.m. ET/7 p.m. CT on Feb. 17 for an RFD-TV LIVE episode on optimizing corn yield potential.

 

We’ll provide nitrogen management advice, including:

  • The value of nitrogen stabilization
  • The flexibility it offers for fertilizer programs
  • Protecting nitrogen with confidence

You also will have the opportunity to ask questions of Dow AgroSciences experts and Dr. Howard Brown, GROWMARK manager of agronomy services, during the live call-in segment moderated by Mark Oppold.

For more information about the broadcast, visit www.RFDTV.com.

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