Soygreen has been on the market for 16 years, helping crops suffering from iron deficiency chlorosis. West Central product manager Steve Carlson says Soygreen is being retooled to deal with IDC. “We know in the spring when we’re planting, we often get that deluge of rain. We know what happens with product, it goes down to that soil profile and the roots can’t get to it. With this product we can it in that root zone longer and really get the lasting benefit to overcome those IDC issues.” The new product is called Soygreen AST, which stands for Advanced Stabilizing Technology.
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