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Coffee Shop Talk... 

Waitress says, “Have y'all heard about the big nutrient savings?” 

 

Farmers stare at her, laugh, and one farmer says, "Too good to be true...who told ya???” 

When pigs fly, right? These farmers below know the truth and lay claim to SNX30 savings and yields...you'll want to be next.

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Farmer tested, farmer approved

Welcome to next-generation farming

Pre-Season Payback is our unmatched promise

83% less nutrients with SmartNute's SNX30 crops this season with near perfect emergence, row stand uniformity and early growth vigor.

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More Farmers with SNX30 Yield Stories Saving 83% on Nutrients

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**With SNX30, you spend $5.40 and return $99.33 to $288.84 nutrient savings (plus yield gain).

Larry Tombaugh from Streator, IL does what it takes to achieve the best plant and soil health.

 

Larry is using SNX30 with his macro and micro inputs to get more bushels, greater soil health and his best ROI.

 

Maybe you've read one of his articles in Strip-Till, No-Till, Farm Show Magazine or other publications. 

Larry realized decades ago the value of micros plus NPK, and can now reduce his total nutrient cost 83% with  equal or better yield. Larry was referred to us by Dan Luepkes, one of the original Corn Warriors. Dan was #1 in the NCGA National Corn Yield Contest for Illinois.

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Larry Tombaugh Farms: One of SmartNute's SNX30 2021 Crops -- near perfect emergence, row stand uniformity and early growth vigor using 83% less nutrient inputs.

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In addition to beans, here's an example of Larry's corn this season at 33,000 population using SNX30 with 83% less nutrients.

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What will you do about rising fertilizer cost?

Here is a sampling of the fertilizer cost increases from July 20, 2020 to July 23, 2021 supplied by AgFax/DTN. Guaranteed 2022 will be much higher. 

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Near-record high fertilizer prices projected for 2022

 

Today's Top Story from Brownfield Ag News

Fertilizer prices are expected to approach record high levels in 2022, bringing cost to the farmer up with them.

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Wallace Anderson Farm  (Ellijay, GA) Hay 2021 -- 32% yield increase using SNX30 with 83% less nutrients. Crop produced 121 square bales an acre after wind damage.

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No pic. Wallace is reserved and grumpy!

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AGRONOMIST FEEDBACK

Cover Crops too...

Farmers and growers prove again and again they get the BIGGEST ROI and crop health benefits with SNX30.

Gain the healthiest grow results with SNX30 like this agronomist, organic farmer, ag author and speaker achieved after 30 years of farming.

George Kuepper: Horticulture Manager (ret.) for Kerr Center for Sustainable Agriculture.  Master of Science Degree, Agronomy

According to Jim Hoorman, soil specialist, healthy plants have less disease and pests.

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Farmer and Pilot

How the first field trials in 2020 exceeded expectations

Colorado experienced one of the worst seasons in over 90 years. Some farmers harvested as little as 5 bpa wheat. Even so, these results are worth noting.

Fertilizer included one application of liquid 30-0-0-3. There was an application error and the 30-0-0-3 with SNX30 was applied at 1/48 of control instead of 1/6 of Mike Rother's full nutrient application. Mike is one of the original Corn Warriors too, and was #1 in the NCGA National Corn Yield Contest for Colorado.

In simple terms, a 1/48 application means that if a farmer spends $60,000 in fertilizer inputs, with SNX30 that cost is $1,250 ($60,000÷48), even though 1/48 is not advised. For 1/6 application with SNX30, farmers spend $10,000 instead of $60,000 ($60,000÷6), plus the SNX30 cost which is negligible.

Even with the application error, SNX30 still gained a .01 bpa advantage over the control (20.6 - 30 bpa average). At 1/6 the normal input rate, the farmer's R.O.I. is the biggest ever, the plants are healthier, the soil is less sick (has less salt and chemicals plus more microbes), the machinery corrodes less, and labor and inventory are less, plus more benefits. Compare that result to farmers handling 6 times more nutrient inventory, with more cash tied up, more grain cart and semi trips, extra labor, extra machinery wear and tear, extra dryer time too and chasing more bushels for less profit. Is this better way of farming with SNX30 starting to make sense now?

Colorado wheat fields - This 160 acre Arapahoe, CO wheat field in the foreground includes 2 fields where SNX30 completed the first successful field trials. Farmers can now make nutrients 6x more efficient to get the biggest ROI ever. Plus, SNX30 may also help farmers gain carbon credits through managing nitrogen and phosphorus reduction over 80%. 

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Here's more proof of SmartNute's

SNX30 application at 1/6 the rate of starter and foliar for corn with no yield loss:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

“Lee,

 

I did use Smartnute in several applications last spring. In summary of what I did see, where I used the Smartnute with 1/6 the rate of starter compared to full rate of starter I would say it worked as you suggested it would. I also used it with several batches of compost tea.

 

Some of these applications were planter applied and a couple as post applied with the sprayer. I plan to repeat some of the same comparisons in 2021. I hope this information is helpful.++++  Bruce” 

NOTE: Bruce was referred to us by Brad Forkner, Soil Structure and Nutrient Manager with Nutrient Management Specialists LLC.

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Bruce Kleinschmidt Farm

Jacksonville, IL

Early Spring planting of SmartNute's SNX30 2021 Crops with near perfect emergence and row stand uniformity using 83% less nutrients.

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Darrell Jones Farm (Ellijay, GA)  Showing SmartNute's SNX30 2021 Crops with "decent" emergence (as Darrell calls it) and stand uniformity using 83% less nutrients.

Another referral: Darrell was referred to us by Wallace Anderson, also of Ellijay, GA

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Rick Cook of Lingle, Wyoming says it best, "Here's to SNX30!"

How does SNX30 perform after planting in extreme wet and cold conditions?

Rick Cook Farm (Lingle, WY)  Here we are with SNX30 2021 comparing strips after persisting extreme wet and cold weather events during planting -- then jumping to 105 degrees. 

 

The deeper green color of the SNX30 treated areas becomes apparent.

WHAT HAPPENED?

SNX30 develops a healthier plant to tolerate extreme cold and heat. According to Jim Hoorman, soil specialist, healthy plants also have less disease and pests.

 

When planting in extreme cold use 1/6 your full sugar input with SNX30. The left field did not use a sugar input and still beat the control on the right. Sugar at 1/6 could have made the left field even better.

Rick is also an engineer and describes his introduction to SNX30 as almost fate-like, but the story behind "why" is even more intriguing. He already has farmers and agronomists talking.

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