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Crop Nutrients services for Agriculture Management

  • Soil Fertility Planning Service

    Also known as a nutrient management plan, soil fertility planning is important if you want to adequately supply nutrients for plant production, properly utilize inputs as part of a plant nutrient source, and maintain or improve the physical, chemical and biological condition of your soil.

    By Servi-Tech, Inc. based in Dodge City, KANSAS (USA).

  • Agricultural Solutions

    HUMA GRO is our line of agricultural liquid fertilizers and specialty products. Whatever you grow—and want to grow more of—there’s an effective HUMA GRO solution to help. Progressive growers around the world rely on HUMA GRO nutrients, soil activators, organic pesticides, growth managers and many other innovative solutions to ...

    By Bio Huma Netics, Inc. based in Gilbert, ARIZONA (USA).

  • Manure Analysis Services

    Manure is a valuable resource for producers. When applied to cropland, manure can provide nutrients necessary for crop production, improve soil structure and reduce commercial fertilizers needed to obtain maximum yields. Manure analysis is an excellent way to improve manure management as a fertilizer source while increasing ...

    By AgSource Cooperative Services based in Verona, WISCONSIN (USA).

  • Vineyard Soil Testing

    Soil Testing is important, especially before a vineyard is established and as it matures.  Pre-plant soil tests can indicate whether significant adjustments in soil pH are necessary. Soil pH affects the availability of critical plant nutrients such as calcium, magnesium and potassium. As vineyards mature, a regular soil sampling program can ...

    By East West Enviroag Pty Ltd. based in Tamworth, AUSTRALIA.

  • Planning Services

    Seed selection, crop protection strategy, nutrient requirements. A lot goes into planning for the season. We‘ll partner with you to determine what products and management strategies will work best for your farm. Because smart planning is the first step to a great season.

    By WinField Solutions, LLC based in St. Paul, MANITOBA (CANADA).

  • Controlled Environment Agriculture

    Controlled Environment Agriculture (“CEA”) is any agricultural technology that enables the grower to manipulate a crop’s environment to the desired conditions. CEA technologies include greenhouse, hydroponics, aquaculture, and aquaponics. Controlled variables include temperature, humidity, pH, CO2 and nutrient analysis.

    By Turning Earth based in Brewster, NEW YORK (USA).

  • Irrigation Water Analysis Service

    We specialize in agricultural water. The major problem with agricultural water does it contain levels of nutrients that can restrict maximum crop production. Our report contains guidelines that are simple to follow and generally need no further explanation.

    By Western Laboratories, Inc. based in Parma, IDAHO (USA).

  • Planting Services

    WinField offers a variety of seed with diverse lines of genetics and cutting-edge technology, backed by expert advice for the highest yield potential. And, our crop protection products help you protect your planting investment, with more than 120 research-based and field-tested adjuvants, herbicides, insecticides, fungicides and micronutrients ...

    By WinField Solutions, LLC based in St. Paul, MANITOBA (CANADA).

  • Soil Fertility Services

    For the past half century, the US has lead the world in soil fertility research and techniques. At A&L we have striven to provide the agricultural industry the latest in soil fertility testing and recommendations. Our routine soil fertility packages are an example of this commitment to quality. We are the only laboratory in the world that ...

    By A&L Analytical Laboratories LTD based in Memphis, TENNESSEE (USA).

  • Project Development Services

    ZeaChem's biorefineries are defined by four components: feedstock, sugar extraction from that feedstock, conversion of those sugars via some type of biological fermentation, and optionally further downstream thermochemical processing. ZeaChem’s technology is a sugar conversion via bacteria. ZeaChem serves many types of feedstock providers, ...

    By ZeaChem Inc. based in Boardman, OREGON (USA).

  • Soil Mineral Nitrogen

    Soil Mineral Nitrogen (SMN) usually has a bigger effect on crop growth, yields and quality than any other nutrient. Nitrogen can be supplied from the soil, atmosphere, organic manures and crop residue as well as from fertilisers. Nitrogen can be lost by leaching, ammonia volatilisation and denitrification. SMN is an important analysis offered to ...

    By Anglian Soil Analysis Ltd based in LINCS, UNITED KINGDOM.

  • GreenSeeker Service

    An excellent tool for determining plant health and color. By assessing crop vigor with a GreenSeeker Crop Quest agronomists can locate areas of exceptional and/or poor crop vigor. The next step is to figure out what is aiding/limiting the crop in those areas and what can be done from a management perspective. Typically GreenSeeker has been used to ...

    By Crop Quest Inc. based in Dodge City, KANSAS (USA).

  • Nutrient Management Solutions

    Instead of viewing treated liquid streams as waste, Ostara sees a renewable resource that can generate costs savings and revenues for the treatment plant while helping them meet increasingly stringent environmental regulations.

    By Ostara Nutrient Recovery Technologies Inc. based in Vancouver, BRITISH COLUMBIA (CANADA).

  • Agricultural Soil Analysis

    Soil analysis provides a measure of the quantity of nutrients available to the crop. Soil is analysed for its content of available Phosphorus (P), Potassium (K), Magnesium (Mg), pH (Lime) and trace elements. In addition to the above a glasshouse soil can be analysed for NO3 and E.C. The analytical results will only be meaningful if an adequate ...

    By Anglian Soil Analysis Ltd based in LINCS, UNITED KINGDOM.

  • Crop Inputs Services

    SVF offers a full line of fertilizers, crop protection products and canola seed. Our experienced agronomy staff can help you utilize these crop inputs to maximize your production potential.

    By Sturgeon Valley Fertilizer (SVF) based in St. Albert, ALBERTA (CANADA).

  • Site Restrictions

    Virginia has established site-specific biosolids management practices that go above and beyond the EPA’s Part 503 Rule. These include: Agronomic rate application (fertilizer application that matches the crop needs) only once every three years, or annually only at less than agronomic rates. These practices control the buildup of soil ...

    By Virginia Biosolids Council (VBC) based in Richmond, VIRGINIA (USA).

  • Digestion Residue Utilization - Fertilizer Production

    Biogas residue is a valuable fertilizer that not only contains macronutrients like nitrogen, phosphorous and potassium but also many other important nutrients and trace elements which are essential for optimal crop yields. The treatment of the biogas residue to further increase its value and feasibility of transportation is a main objective of our ...

    By Agrinz Technologies GmbH based in Leibnitz, AUSTRIA.

  • Lime Byproduct Utilization

    Application of pH reagents to your soil costs money and time. We help you reduce that investment by skillfully utilizing lime to reach an optimal pH balance with efficiency and precision.We add lime to Class B biosolids for most optimal land application needs.  We also add lime to water sources to bring pH levels to most pristine and optimal ...

    By Synagro Technologies, Inc. based in Baltimore, MARYLAND (USA). from Producing Service line

  • Bio-gas

    Whether in bogs and marshes or in the digestive tract of ruminants: biogas is formed everywhere where is decomposed organic material in a humid environment under oxygen conclusion. Various bacteria, including methane bacteria that make the main work. This process is technically reproduced in a biogas plant. The bio gas yield, but also the ...

    By Biomass and Bioenergy Consulting based in G├╝lzow, GERMANY.

  • Plant Analysis Services

    Analysis of plant tissues or stalks is an extremely useful tool for growers. It allows monitoring the nutrient adequacy in plants and helps identify nutrient deficiencies and imbalances. It is important that correct sampling techniques are followed as plant nutrient composition varies with age, the portion of the plant sampled, and many other ...

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