Wheat, corn and soybeans Corn: +10-30 bu/acre
Kugler Fertility on Wheat
We've been using Kugler 342 C, the chloride program-coltering it on in the fall, half of it, and the other half I top dress with a herbicide in the spring. We put a little XRN on some wheat last year; that was our first year trying it; and we put some fungicide on with it, didn't literally leave a test out there, but it was pretty darn good.
The wheat prices were looking good, and we were applying fungicide. The XRN acts as kind of an adhesive for that fungicide, to stick it to the plant, so we tried it out. We've used XRN on corn and found its benefit, so we just figured it would work on wheat, too.
400 acres Corn & Soybeans (Dryland)M
54 bu/acre soybeans 172 bu/acre corn
Great Crops Even With a Rainy Spring
We used Kugler products on corn for the first time this year-and last year was the first time we used in on soybeans. On our corn, we used three gallons of 1515 at planting. We had too much rain in June and you saw a lot of yellow corn in our part ofthe country. And a lot of guys were unhappy with their yields. But our corn stayed green ali year long. I think I had better corn; our average yields was 172. And 54.5 on beans. Great stands-and I was just happy with this fertilizer and I'm going to keep up with it.