Try Take Off LS to Energize Your Crops

Jun 15, 2020


Verdesian’s Take Off® LS is a revolutionary nutrient management technology that helps build bigger, stronger plants.
 
This proprietary formulation is designed to mimic a naturally-occurring molecule within the plant that optimizes the nutrient acquisition and assimilation process. Simply put, Take Off LS allows plants to more efficiently assimilate carbon and utilize nitrogen and other nutrients. The end result is enhanced nutrient use efficiency, leading to more bushels per acre per amount of nutrients applied.
 
THE DETAILS:

More efficient use of nutrients —
  • More efficiently assimilates carbon and utilizes nitrogen and other nutrients
  • Proprietary formulation designed to mimic a naturally-occurring molecule that optimizes nutrient acquisition and assimilation
  • Increases production of amino acids, carbohydrates, etc., that fuel plant growth and reproduction
A faster start means a healthier crop —
  • Flexibility of timing and application
  • For in-furrow application, treated crops are one or more growth stages ahead of untreated by mid-season
  • Foliar applications result in greener, taller plants with more leaf biomass
  • Corn side-dress UAN applications result in darker green corn
Specially formulated for row crops —
  • Take Off LS equals a 4-6 bu/A yield increase in corn and a 2-4 bu/A yield increase in soybeans
  • Tank-mix compatible with most current herbicide platforms
Supports sustainable production —
  • Increased plant energy improves nutrient uptake and utilization
  • More nutrients in the plant means fewer nutrients lost to the environment
  • Part of a sustainable 4R Nutrient Stewardship program
 
For more information about how TakeOff LS could benefit your farming operation, contact your local Co-op or regional TFC agronomist.
 
 
 
 
 

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