At AgXplore, we wanted to create a technology that would manage nitrogen, not just stabilize it. When you think about nitrogen management, the four R’s may come to mind. This includes the right product, the right rate, the right time, and the right place. Our XN technology focuses on placement.
Our carbon technology, nCeption, is one of four core technologies at AgXplore. Carbon is an important part of plant growth and with knowing this, we not only wanted to utilize this chemical element, we wanted to pair it with different acids and compounds to make a powerful technology for our products.
Supplying your plants with nutrition is only efficient if the plant is taking the nutrients where they need to go. To aid in this process, AgXplore created the technology Ntake. This technology serves as a delivery mechanism, and it does so by increasing the uptake, utilization, and mobilization of nutrients within the plant.
Proven in the Field
It’s funny. In our industry there is so much more than meets the eye. Sometimes you really have to LOOK to see it. What exactly is meant by that?
Yield potential. It is a common topic between dealers, growers and the AgXplore team. Knowing how to increase it, what products are needed, etc. After years of research and trials, we have proven that plant nutrition is a leading factor when it comes to maximum yield potential. When it comes to supplementing your plants, a little change in how you farm can make a big impact.
Need More Nitrogen in your Plants? Read on…
Daily the AgXplore team meets with agronomists, growers and dealers. We typically shoot the breeze, talk about nutritional products, adjuvants…really whatever the customer wants to chat about. But, one thing that consistently comes up is “How do we get more Nitrogen in the plant?” or “We have some hybrids that are late season Nitrogen hogs and how do we keep Nitrogen in the plant?”
Changing the Sulfur Game: Why You Need to Add Sulfur to Your Crop Production
Sulfur (S) has often been coined the “fourth most essential nutrient” following closely behind N, P, and K. However, in recent years the booming growth of sulfur deficiencies has many asking more pointed questions, why are sulfur applications more important now than in previous years and how can we solve the issue.