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Nitrogen Efficiency

By: John Kelly

Nitrogen Overview The development of readily available synthetic nitrogen fertilizers after world war II has played a central role in dramatic crop production improvements. Yields have improved five-fold on average. This phenomenal advancement is often referred to as the Green Revolution. Economical and abundant nitrogen availability means that nitrogen is...

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Mainstay Calcium Organic Improves Soil Tilth

By: Dr. Danny Klittich

Soil tilth drives root quality. Poor soil conditions lead to a poor performing crop. Many soil types are notorious for having challenges with high magnesium or low calcium. As a crop, blueberries are notable for having soil challenges. Much of this can be traced back to deterioration of soil structure...

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Phosphorus and Root Development

By: John Kelly

Early season root development strongly influences crop season performance potential. One key factor for optimum root growth is phosphorus nutrition. Phosphorus is the energy molecule of the plant. Root growth, especially early in the season, occurs under naturally adverse conditions in the soil and this stress point demands a great...

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Calcium Input Selection

By: John Kelly

The critical roles of calcium in plant growth and development can be categorized into three key benefit areas:  1.     Root growth. The root tip requires ionic calcium availability in order to grow and exert adequate pressure to elongate in the soil. 2....

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Calcium in Soil Structure and Plant Nutrition

By: Darin Moon

Calcium plays a critical role in crop yield and quality. To understand the function and role in agronomy, it should be understood from a plant point of view, and from a soil point of view. It is critical that plant calcium nutrition be addressed early and adequately. It...

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Combating Plant Freeze Damage

By: John Kelly

Freezing temperatures can cause severe damage to plant cells. This occurs when water in plant cells freezes causing dehydration and cell destruction. Plant components that are particularly sensitive are the flowering and reproductive structures during bloom. Besides good horticultural practices such as air movement and irrigation system utilization...

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The Importance of Nitrogen Metabolism for Crop Set

By: John Kelly

The development of readily available synthetic nitrogen fertilizers after World War II has played a central role in dramatic crop production improvements. Yields have improved five-fold on average. This phenomenal advancement is often referred to as the Green Revolution. 97% of plant composition is made up...

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Chelation, Complexing and Micro encapsulation

By: Darin Moon

Redox prides itself on being a plant technology company that incorporates innovative and proprietary technology that allow the plant to grow beyond current yields. As market pressures become more piercing, it is important to understand how to combat those pressures with technology that help the crop produce more. Three...

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Potato Bulking

By: Jason Cook

Tubers are set: Now it's time to maximize production possibilities by sustaining your tuber bulking rate. Redox provides two key products for potato bulking:OXYCOM Calcium and diKaP Sustaining balanced plant growth during periods of increased environmental oxidative stress (EOS) is key to managing the physiological demands of a maturing potato...

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Benefits of Silicon Plant Nutrition

By: Danny Klittich

Silicon is a beneficial plant nutrient that can increase plant strength and improve a crop’s ability to fight environmental oxidative stress. Silicon is an element that, like calcium, potassium, or zinc is used by the plant to complete physiological processes. Similar to calcium, silicon plays a critical role in cell...

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