Results from a 2018 study at the Great Lakes Agriculture Research Services (GLARS) and on-farm trials showed that using TerraNu® Ignite as a fall starter on wheat program resulted in:
- Better crop establishment.
- Increased stand counts.
- Improved overwintering.
- Higher tiller counts and increased yield potential when compared to standard fall planting blends.
GLARS Study Conclusions
A 2018 research study by GLARS conducted side-by-side trials of TerraNu Ignite vs.
- 86% of TerraNu trials showed an increased yield vs. the grower standard blend.
- 70% of TerraNu trials demonstrated improved nutrient use efficiency in tissue testing performed at V5 and VT.
MicroPack Third Party Research Studies
- Up to a $12 return on investment/acre.* Calculation is based on an application rate of 35 lbs./acre of TerraNu MicroPack vs. a grower standard blend.
- 90% had a positive yield response; with the average yield being 5.2 bu./acre.
Results from a 2016 study at the University of Wisconsin-Hancock Agricultural Research Station in Hancock, Wisconsin, show TerraNu fertilizers improve nitrogen-use efficiency, leading to early season plant height advantages and improved yield potential. The study also confirmed micronutrients in TerraNu fertilizers improve soil- and plant-tissue levels of micronutrients (B, Mn and Zn).
Research from a 2016 study at the University of Wisconsin-Hancock Agricultural Research Station shows fertilizers blended with TerraNu products perform better or similarly to blends made with traditional fertilizer sources (10-20-20 starter, …
First-year data from a multi-year University of Nebraska-Lincoln study shows fertilizers manufactured with TerraNu Nutrient Technology™ carry many of the same benefits of other organic matter-based fertilizers, without the added weight and logistical challenges that come with materials like manure and bio-solids. The study will continue for an additional two years to track nutrient release over time.
Findings from a 2016 University of Nebraska-Lincoln study show TerraNu fertilizers have a comparable impact on corn yields as other types of manure and anaerobically digested organic …