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The Impact of Soil pH on Canola Club Root

The Impact of Soil pH on Canola Club Root

Education Increase Soil pH and Decrease Club Root Activity Besides pH modification, 98G also helps canola crops combat club root. Club root is a pathogen that is associated with low soil pH. As pH goes down, the pathogen is more active. By applying 98G to canola...
Is 98G Renters Lime?

Is 98G Renters Lime?

Education Yes, but not just renters lime It is true that 98G pelletized limestone is a good fit on rented ground because of its rapid reactivity. Tenant growers can put in place a soil pH maintenance program that calls for lower application rates spread more...
Don’t Short Canola on Sulfur

Don’t Short Canola on Sulfur

Education Increasing acres of canola in the U.S. Canola is a crop that has historically been grown in Canada with a good bit of the production in the province of Alberta. In recent years, states in the high plains of the U.S., such as North Dakota, are starting to...
Wednesday Webinar Series in September

Wednesday Webinar Series in September

Education Andrew Hoiberg, our VP of Research and Development, is hosting weekly webinars this month. These webinars are focused on the benefits of 98G and SO4 and how to implement them into a grower’s fertilizer program. The webinars will take place from 8:30 a.m. –...
How to Implement a Soil pH Maintenance Program

How to Implement a Soil pH Maintenance Program

Education Neutralize Acidification from NitrogenAs nitrogen fertilizers are applied in the form of ammonium and ammonia, they transform into nitrate leaving behind hydrogen, which acidifies the soil. The goal of a soil pH maintenance program is to apply enough 98G to...

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