Sure, your soil has rhizobia.
Just maybe not the kind soybeans need.
The symbiotic relationship between soybean roots and rhizobia fixes up to 75% of your soybean’s required nitrogen. That’s equivalent to over 150 Ib of nitrogen per acre in a 50 bu/ac crop.1 The caveat? Most soils don’t contain efficient strains of rhizobia in high enough amounts to maximize nitrogen fixation.1 Ontario Ministry of Agriculture and Food, 2016.
Learn more about this mutually beneficial relationship.
Find your soybeans the perfect match.
Inoculation is essential for fields with low pH, sandy soils or poor drainage, or where soybeans have not been grown in the past 3 to 5 years. Even if soybeans have been grown before, inoculation can still increase yields by 1.5 bu/ac.1 The key is selecting a more efficient strain of Bradyrhizobium japonicum to maximize nodulation and nitrogen fixation.1 Ontario Ministry of Agriculture and Food, 2016.
Nodulator N/T inoculant
Applying on-farm? Biostacked with the nitrogen-fixing rhizobium B. japonicum and Bacillus amyloliquefaciens bacterium, Nodulator N/T inoculant delivers multiple beneficial biologicals for greater nodulation, increased nitrogen fixation and higher yield potential. Choose from two formulations to fit your needs:
By using a highly efficient strain of B. japonicum, Nodulator® PRO preinoculant helps maximize nodulation for increased nitrogen fixation, faster canopy closure and greater vigour. Professionally applied with Integral biofungicide, the result is a Biostacked® system that delivers two beneficial biologicals for even higher yield potential.
Nodulator N/T LQ
Applied on-seed or in-furrow, this easy-to-use Biostacked liquid formulation offers convenience and outstanding performance. Benefit from up to 30 days of on-seed survivability.
Nodulator N/T Self-adhering Peat
Applied on-seed, this self-adhering peat formulation2 makes inoculation quick and simple. Benefit from 24 hours of on-seed survivability.2 Nodulator N/T Self-adhering peat is approved and supported for organic production.
Benefits that stack up to greater potential.
See how Biostacked inoculants lead to more nitrogen-fixing nodules, greater plant vigour and higher yield potential.
- Biostacked inoculants promote more nitrogen-fixing nodules and greater root biomass
- Biostacked inoculants promote greater plant vigour and higher yield potential
- Higher yield potential: Rhizobium only vs Biostacked inoculant
- Days to canopy closure: Biostacked inoculant vs uninoculated
Next up: Weed Management
Weeds are competitive by nature, taking essential resources such as water, sunlight and nutrients away from your soybeans. Discover how using multiple modes of action can lead to effective weed management during the critical period for weed control, suitable for both IP and conventional soybeans.