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Season-long plant health starts in the furrow.

Good results at harvest begin with planting.  In-furrow placement of Kugler low salt starters gives your plants a fast start without damaging the seed—promoting strong root development and providing critical nutrients for a healthier plant from the get-go.  Kugler quality means that you won’t experience plugging and salt-out problems—an important consideration when using smaller orifices at planting.

Irrigated Trials by Irrigation Research Foundation
Sugar Beets Corn

+8.1 tons/ac

vs. check

3 gal/ac LS924
applied in-furrow with
1 qt/ac KH2412

+15 bushel/ac

vs. check

3 gal/ac LS924
applied in-furrow with
1 qt/ac HF2412 +1 pt/ac Micro Max

LS 924: High Phosphorus Low Salt Starter
The combination of high phosphorus, potassium and nitrogen helps seeds overcome cool soil temperatures that are typical in the early growing season.  This seed-safe formulation stimulates early root development and nutrient uptake that increases fertilizer efficiency and season-long plant health.

KS 1515: Low Salt Starter with KQ-XRN
A balanced blend of phosphate, potash and KQ-XRN slow release nitrogen—a perfect choice for giving your crop a great start on root development, plant health and stress resistance.  KS 1515 can be applied in furrow or through foliar application later in the season.  The KQ-XRN reduces leaching and volatilization, so the N stays put.

Irrigated Corn Trials by Irrigation Research Foundation

+11 tons/ac

vs. check

2 gal/ac KS1515
applied foliar

+20 bushel/ac

vs. check

3 gal/ac KS1515 applied in-furrow
with 1 qt/ac KS Micro Max

Great stands—I’m happy with this fertilizer.
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“On our corn, we used three gallons of 1515 at planting.  We had too much rain in June and you saw a lot of yellow corn in our part of the country.  And a lot of guys were unhappy with their yields. But our corn stayed green all year long.  I think I had better corn; our average yield was 172—and 54.5 on beans.  Great stands—and I was just happy with this fertilizer and I’m going to keep up with it.”

Gary Belohrad
Leigh, NE