Loveland Radiate Plant Health Stimulant Approved For In-Furrow Use With Soybean
Loveland Products’ Radiate has received U.S. EPA registration for in-furrow application with soybean, peanut and sweet corn crops. Radiate is an innovative plant growth hormone that is part of the company’s advanced Plant Health Stimulant portfolio. This in-furrow registration now allows use in field corn, sweet corn, grain sorghum, peanuts, soybeans, sugar beets, sugarcane, wheat, barley, oats and rye.
“The EPA registration gives soybean and peanut growers a new option for enhancing early season plant vigor and root growth,” said Brian Knifong, Director of Marketing, Loveland Products.
Radiate is a plant health stimulant that contains 3-indolebutyric acid (IBA) and cytokinin as kinetin, two plant growth hormones that work together to stimulate early root growth, improve plant vigor and reduce plant stress during the critical early vegetative growth stages. Radiate is currently registered for foliar application and successfully used on a wide variety of crops.