See the Difference
Sulphur Deficiency Wheat Shoot (upper) vs. Sulphur Sufficient Wheat Shoot (lower)
NRG KS aids in root growth and seed production as well as resistence to cold
Proven Agronomic Performance
Data generated in Saskatchewan in 2013 shows that NRG KS increased overall wheat yield by an average 3.0 bu/ac. Sufficient potassium and sulfur had a direct positive effect on the crop's yield due to stronger cell walls, enhanced synthesis of amino acids and proteins, and vigorous plant growth.
NRG KS proved to have a direct positive effect on yield, as seen in the summary of grower trials in 2013, reporting an average increase of 6 bu/ac in Canola. Sufficient potassium is vital as it regulates many essential processes (enzyme activation, photosynthesis, water use efficiency, starch formation and protein synthesis) and aids in protecting a crop against disease, as it increase plant resistance to both biotic and abiotic stress factors.
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