Soybeans

90%

Win Rate

3.9+ bu/ac
250+ kg/ha

Average Increase

55+

Number of Trials

Soybeans require nitrogen throughout the growing season. Nitrogen can be a limiting factor in soybean production, even with its association with rhizobia.

Nitrogen contained in the soil is not always available or accessible by the plant. Our flagship bacteria, Gluconacetobacter diazotrophicus (Gd) supplements soil nitrogen supply throughout the growing season.

Some of our trial results are presented here below and there is more to come!

On average, we have found that Gd delivers 3.9 bu/ac (250 kg/ha)

Gd fits your farm: whether you want to reduce your nitrogen and maintain yield or maintain your nitrogen and increase yield. Gd supplements current production practices and protects against in-season losses.

Contact Us if you want to know more!