Get Serious About Soybeans
No longer considered just a rotation crop for corn, it’s time to aggressively manage soybean nutrition to maximize ROI.
You might be surprised what the addition of nitrogen (N) and sulfur (S) to soybean crop can do. Today’s high-yielding soybean varieties require more nitrogen and sulfur than ever before. For growers and ag retailers looking to maximize crop performance, AMS is the most efficient, versatile and proven source of sulfur, delivering ROI by improving plant health and increasing yield. As a matter of fact, AMS is pound for pound the most efficient sulfur source on the market.
Joel knows evolving production technology, targeted genetics and changing growing conditions are contributing to the gradual increase in average soybean yields. To keep up with that yield trend and continue to optimize plant health and potential yield, he’s adding supplemental crop nutrition.
Marc says the key to success in his operation is proper evaluation and implementation of evolving agronomic management practices. For the Supplement Your Soybean field trials, Marc seeks to fine-tune the sulfur and nitrogen application timing in his higher potential soybean fields.
Keith's long-term partnerships with crop advisors and ag research organizations have helped his family advance their 5000-acre corn and soybean operation. One reason his team is participating in the Supplement Your Soybeans field trials is to better understand the impact ammonium sulfate can have on non-GMO soybean protein quality.
Years of experience in the agriculture industry has taught Ryan that sulfur nutrition plays an important role in proper soybean development, including protein production and photosynthesis. By applying ammonium sulfate in the Supplement Your Soybeans trial, he hopes to see an increase of 3-5 bu/ac compared to last year.
As you rethink your nutrition plan for high-yielding soybeans, consider AMS. Soybeans require higher levels of sulfur and nitrogen to deliver increased yields. Dig deeper into soybean nutrition by exploring university field trials, research findings and testimonials from those who have first-hand knowledge of raising their soybean yields.