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Planting in Cold, Wet Conditions

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Are cold, wet planting conditions stressing you out?


Planting in cold, wet conditions causes abiotic stress to crops that leads to yield loss at the end of the growing season. Trust Stoller to help you manage abiotic stress and maximize yields.

The first 24 to 48 hours after a seed is planted are critical to determining the genetic potential of a crop. Cold, wet conditions cause abiotic stress that limits nutrient uptake, plant growth, and overall yield. In fact, 70% of your crop’s yield potential can be lost due to these weather-related stressors.

Help prevent abiotic stress caused by cold, wet planting conditions by applying Bio-Forge® Advanced. Bio-Forge® Advanced helps to provide a cost-effective solution to combat early season abiotic stress and enhance plant growth, while protecting the genetic potential in the seed. It combines three stress management modes of action into one product, creating an unmatched level stress management for optimizing plant productivity all season long. With abiotic stress factors taken care of, crops can use their energy toward productivity, growth and performance.

Stoller representatives can help you create a customized program to fit the needs of your operation. For more information and resources on planting in stressful conditions, contact your Stoller representative today.