Soygreen

Stronger Than Iron Alone.

Chelated with the purest ortho-ortho EDDHA that exists, Soygreen is the leading micronutrient for overcoming iron deficiency chlorosis in soybeans.

Soygreen Chelation

Chelation makes fertilizer work. And since there are different types of chelate, there are different types of fertilizer performance.

Ortho-Ortho EDDHA Ortho-Ortho EDDHA

Ortho-Ortho EDDHA Chelate

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Micronutrient

The most effective iron in agriculture.

Fe

6.0%

Iron Deficiency Chlorosis (IDC)

IDC is a soil issue that’s common on acres with high pH levels.

Soygreen PH Levels in Soil

pH Levels in Soil

When pH levels are above 7, the soil is basic. And soils with these highly alkaline pH levels often prevent plant roots from reducing iron to a soluble state.

Soygreen Iron Solubility

Iron Solubility

Iron is always in a ferric (Fe3+) state when it’s in the soil. But plant roots need to reduce ferric iron (Fe3+) into ferrous iron (Fe2+) in order to make it soluble for uptake.

Soygreen Impact of Chlorosis

Impact of Chlorosis

If plant roots can’t take up ferrous iron (Fe2+), they become deficient. The symptoms that follow are weak plant vigor, yellowing leaves and total non-emergence in certain areas.

Soygreen Other IDC Variables

Other IDC Variables

Water, nitrogen and manganese may also contribute to IDC. Excess water increases bicarbonates (HCO3−), which further hinder pH levels around plant roots. And excess nitrogen (N) or manganese (Mn) will compete with iron (Fe2+) for uptake when the plant reaches the trifoliate growth stage.

Soygreen Chelate Concentration

Chelate Concentration

Soygreen not only has the purest form of ortho-ortho EDDHA, it also has the highest percentage of it. This makes it strong enough to keep ferrous iron (Fe2+) in its soluble state and overcome iron deficiency chlorosis (IDC).

Soil Fertility

The concentration of ortho-ortho EDDHA in Soygreen is so strong and so pure that it even makes other micronutrients in the soil soluble for uptake.

Formulation

Buy and apply Soygreen according to your soil fertility needs.

Soygreen Formulation

Liquid or Dry Flowable

Soygreen is available as a liquid in 2.5-gallon jugs and 250-gallon mini-bulk tanks. It’s also offered as a dry flowable in 30-pound bags and 1,100-pound super sacks.

Soygreen Formulation

Application

Soygreen can be applied in-furrow or foliar. But research shows that in-furrow applications are most effective.

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Dry Flowable

  • Mix with enough water to equal a rate between 4–10 gal/Ac.
  • Apply 2–4 lb/Ac with water (3 lb/Ac is the most common use rate).
  • Note that higher water ratios in the above rate range allow for easier mixing and complete dispersion of the product.

Liquid

  • Mix with enough water to equal a rate between 4–10 gal/Ac.
  • Apply 2.67–5.34 qt/Ac with water.
  • For sugarbeets, apply 1.33 qt/Ac.
  • Note that higher water ratios in the above rate range allow for easier mixing and complete dispersion of the product.

Dry Flowable

  • Mix with enough water to equal a rate between 10–20 gal/Ac for ground spraying, or a rate of 5 gal/Ac for aerial spraying.
  • Apply 1–3 lb/Ac prior to or immediately after IDC symptoms occur.
  • Make a second application after 2–4 weeks for a higher yield gain. Always add an AMS-replacing adjuvant with water-conditioning properties such as Cornbelt® N-Tense™ (2 quarts of N-Tense are recommended for every 100 gallons of solution applied).

Liquid

  • Mix with enough water to equal a rate of 10 gal/Ac for ground spraying, or 5 gal/Ac for aerial spraying.
  • Apply 1.33–2.67 qt/Ac with water.
  • When deficiency symptoms are severe, a repeat application of 1.33–2.67 qt/Ac may be needed roughly 2 weeks following initial application.
  • Note that higher water ratios in the above rate range allow for easier mixing and complete dispersion of the product.

IDC Management in Soybeans

  • IDC-tolerant varieties are recommended despite their lower yield potential.
  • Inoculate seeds to ensure adequate nitrogen (N) fertility.
  • Do not apply additional nitrogen (N).
  • Plant wider rows of roughly 15 inches.
  • Plant higher seed populations to further distribute nitrogen (N) and reduce pH levels around seedling roots.

Precautions

  • Post-emergent applications should be made either before or as soon as IDC symptoms appear.
  • Always clean out planters at the end of the season by flushing them with water.
  • Always conduct a jar test if adding additional products to the Soygreen tank mix.

Dry Flowable

  • Mix with enough water to equal a rate between 4–10 gal/Ac.
  • Apply 2–4 lb/Ac with water (3 lb/Ac is the most common use rate).
  • Note that higher water ratios in the above rate range allow for easier mixing and complete dispersion of the product.

Liquid

  • Mix with enough water to equal a rate between 4–10 gal/Ac.
  • Apply 2.67–5.34 qt/Ac with water.
  • For sugarbeets, apply 1.33 qt/Ac.
  • Note that higher water ratios in the above rate range allow for easier mixing and complete dispersion of the product.

Dry Flowable

  • Mix with enough water to equal a rate between 10–20 gal/Ac for ground spraying, or a rate of 5 gal/Ac for aerial spraying.
  • Apply 1–3 lb/Ac prior to or immediately after IDC symptoms occur.
  • Make a second application after 2–4 weeks for a higher yield gain. Always add an AMS-replacing adjuvant with water-conditioning properties such as Cornbelt® N-Tense™ (2 quarts of N-Tense are recommended for every 100 gallons of solution applied).

Liquid

  • Mix with enough water to equal a rate of 10 gal/Ac for ground spraying, or 5 gal/Ac for aerial spraying.
  • Apply 1.33–2.67 qt/Ac with water.
  • When deficiency symptoms are severe, a repeat application of 1.33–2.67 qt/Ac may be needed roughly 2 weeks following initial application.
  • Note that higher water ratios in the above rate range allow for easier mixing and complete dispersion of the product.

IDC Management in Soybeans

  • IDC-tolerant varieties are recommended despite their lower yield potential.
  • Inoculate seeds to ensure adequate nitrogen (N) fertility.
  • Do not apply additional nitrogen (N).
  • Plant wider rows of roughly 15 inches.
  • Plant higher seed populations to further distribute nitrogen (N) and reduce pH levels around seedling roots.

Precautions

  • Post-emergent applications should be made either before or as soon as IDC symptoms appear.
  • Always clean out planters at the end of the season by flushing them with water.
  • Always conduct a jar test if adding additional products to the Soygreen tank mix.
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