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Sorry you had a less than favorable experience, please contact me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org so we may discuss your specific circumstances. On average, we’ve seen corn yield increases of 10-15 bu/A over the untreated acre in nearly 1,000 on-farm comparisons. However, there are many things to consider when determining whether to treat a field, such as hybrid rotational practices, planting populations, weather conditions and disease pressure. It is important to consider the specific conditions of each field prior to application.
You folks should check out the train crash story on the home page. At negative per acre revenue predicted you should be telling us your cutting cost to meet profitability for our farm. Really all your saying is increased profit for your poor share holders who cares about a farms long term viability. Last year the corn I spent $40 an acre on using your product yeilded less than non treated acres.