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Bacteria Strain Serves Up Plant-Available Phosphates

Found growing naturally in a phosphorus mine, rhizobacteria are being harnessed to boost phosphorus cycling in corn fields
When no-tillers and researchers talk about the benefits of soil microbes populating the root zone of field crops, the conversation generally revolves around more efficient plant use of nitrogen and potential reductions in losses of plant life’s hard-to-hang-onto primary food source.
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Pink Microbes Make Nutrient Uptake More Efficient, Crops More Productive

On-farm trials find Terrasym by NewLeaf Symbiotics increases soybean yield by an average of 2 bushels per acre and corn yield by an average of 4.5 bushels per acre.
No-tillers can harness the power of pink microbes to improve their yields with NewLeaf Symbiotics’ Terrasym products for corn and soybeans. The company reports its Terrasym microbial products increases soybean yields by 2 bushels per acre and corn yields by 4.5 bushels per acre on average.
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