Jasmonic and salicylic acids (JA and SA) are plant phytohormones that play key roles in resistance/tolerance to biotic and abiotic stresses and interact with the other families of phytohormones to modulate growth and development. Understanding these PGRs and their roles has given modern agriculture new tools to fight diseases and pests, reduce the build-up of resistance to fungicidal and insecticidal active ingredients and enhance crop tolerance to a wide range of abiotic stresses, such as wet, dry, cold and hot.
Seed-applied fertilizer dressing
In-furrow applied fertilizer and additives
Foliar applied liquid solutions/suspensions of fertilizer (macro-, secondary- and micronutrients)
Work with an OMEX Plant Health Professional to develop a nutrient management program tailored to your specific needs.
I had about 3 acres worth of C3 left over from a pea field, so we sprayed it onto the barley until the tank was empty. This is a new field I rented that is sandy loam with a history of poor fertility.
I first used C3 in 2012 when I had a silage corn field turning orange due to excess moisture. My Richardson Pioneer rep said to use C3 when I sprayed the glyphosate on it. Turned out the best corn I ever grew. I have been using it every year on our land since; it works.
I could never grow corn like this without C3. I do have an agronomy background so I know how important nutrition is ... especially at the 4 to 6 leaf stage.