Dr. Fred Below, plant physiologist and professor with the University of Illinois discusses yield and crop management advancements in soybeans.
University research sponsored by AdvanSix shows higher soybean yields are possible by adding ammonium sulfate (AMS).
AdvanSix expands its focus on sulfur nutrition for a wide variety of crops including soybeans.
Research sponsored by AdvanSix demonstrates the need for supplemental nitrogen and sulfur in soybeans with high yield potential.
Recent studies show the benefits of AMS and how it compares to organic-containing fertilizer.
Purdue studies show S applications spike soybean yields 10 to 15 bushels per acre on sandy or coarse-texture soils with less than 2% organic matter.