When pushing soybean yields, a tremendous amount of nitrogen is removed from the soil. Verdesian Life Sciences technical service manager Jim Pullins says live rhizobia is needed to deal with that and deliver high yields the following season. Pullins says the microbials have seen more acceptance from the farmer. “The biological space is growing as people understand it better,” said Pullins. “Getting more bacteria on the seed gives us that bigger nitrogen engine to get those big yields.”
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