New MicroSync Specialty Granular Micronutrient Products Offer Improved Nutrient Availability for Row Crops

New MicroSync Specialty Granular Micronutrient Products Offer Improved Nutrient Availability for Row Crops

Row crops often don’t have the sulfur, zinc, manganese, or boron they need for optimal performance. That’s why Verdesian Life Sciences has introduced MicroSync Specialty Granular Micronutrient products. Utilizing Nutripaction technology, MicroSync products are formulated for use in broad acre crops and designed to be blended with NPK granular fertilizer programs. These combination micronutrient formulations are free flowing, low dust and uniform granular fertilizers, which contain a unique combination of sulfates and sucrates that are enhanced with Verdesian Polymer Technology. This unique combination delivers improved nutrient availability and performance, ensuring your crops have micronutrients and sulfur on-demand.

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“At Verdesian Life Sciences, we believe in helping your crops get the most out of their micronutrient fertilizer by providing superior products that enhance nutrient use efficiency,” said Jake Socherman, director of sales – specialty micronutrients, Verdesian Life Sciences.

Verdesian offers MicroSync in the following formulations:

  • MicroSync Plus contains sulfur, calcium, zinc and boron in a unique formulation to synergize the availability of both secondary and micronutrients for plant uptake.
  • MicroSync Pro contains manganese, in addition to the sulfur, calcium, zinc and boron to offer a more complete delivery for crops that require supplemental manganese.
  • MicroSync Ultra contains sulfur, calcium, zinc, manganese and boron, and also adds humic acid, which helps to chelate/bind cations.

MicroSync products boost soil fertility programs by providing a superior balance of nutrients precisely formulated to prevent or correct micronutrient or sulfur deficiencies. MicroSync application rates range from 10-40 lbs. per acre for easy, uniform application. Standard use rate is 20 lbs. per acre.

Please consult your local agronomist for specific application rates and recommendations for your specific crop or soil.