Farmer Tech

Farmers quit WHINING about high fertilizer prices when they used SNX30: 


We've all been whining about fertilizer prices, but now you can do something about it too (it almost feels like cheating). SNX30 reduces cost on macros, micros and microbes/biologicals over 70% while increasing fertility and yield. 


For ALL row and specialty crops: strip-till, no-till,

conventional and organic farming.

Let's make farming fun again!


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Would you doubt the WORD of 3 agronomists, a past Board Member of the New York Farm Viability Institute (and farmer), a Georgia Corn Commission Board Member (and farmer), top NCGA corn yield winners and soil structure and nutrient manager about the unheard of benefits from the SNX30 nutrient supplement -- or would you still think it's too good to be true? If you can't believe them, who can you believe?

Join These Farmers' Yield Stories while Saving BIG on Nutrients

Spend $1.20 to $5.42 and return nutrient savings over $162 for corn and $74 for soybeans, plus yield gain using over 70% less fertilizer. Second biggest input ROI. (refer Successful Farming news)

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


Larry is using SNX30 with macro, micro and biological inputs to get 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. 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.

**Based on an average of 10 gallons per pass with a total of 3 passes -- corn on corn.

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 *Contributor: Strip-Till Magazine 

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Larry Tombaugh Farms: SNX30 soybean crop with near perfect emergence, row stand uniformity and growth vigor using over 70% less nutrients.

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 Over 70% less nutrients. 

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"Half-pound ears", Larry says. Here's Larry Tombaugh's corn using SNX30 with over 70% less nutrients

You can read this Open Letter about the surprising reason that triggered the discovery of SNX30 and why Big Ag and Big Chem combined forces to prevent the spread of this farming phenomenon. Does your corn look this good or better using over 70% less nutrients?  Larry (above) was referred to us by NCGA contest winner and original Corn Warrior, Dan Luepkes. Bruce (below) was referred to us by a nutrient management specialist. Bruce is an SNX30 early adopter back for a 3rd season using SNX30


More proof from another agronomist

After 7 years development, first field trials in 2020 Win Flying Colors

with 2021-22 even better:

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Bruce Kleinschmidt Farm

Jacksonville, IL

Bruce is also an agronomist. On his first time around, Bruce used SNX30 in several applications in the Spring.


He applied it at less than 1/4 the rate for starter compared to the full rate of starter and also used it with several batches of compost tea at the low rate too.

Some of these applications were planter applied and a couple as post applied with the sprayer. He reported no difference in yield despite using 75% less nutrients on his first round with SNX30 in 2020. Yet, 2021 was even better with a near 7% yield increase using 75% less nutrients with a new SNX30 formula. Plus, 2022 is positioned with the latest formula to top the previous year's yield increase by far while using 75% less input.

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 2021 - Over 70% less compost tea/biologicals plus 6.75% or 15 bpa yield bump = 237 bpa 

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

End sky-high fertilizer prices now as input prices keep eating away at your profit. Those days can be over and you can avoid FUD (fear, uncertainty, doubt). Choose SNX30 to get your 2nd best input ROI like these and other farmers do. The reality is a farmer has to be an optimist or they wouldn’t still be a farmer.


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How does SNX30 perform after planting in extreme WET and COLD conditions?

Rick Cook Farm, another #1 NCGA National Corn Yield Contest Winner, comparing strips with SNX30 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.

Rick is again using SNX30 to "stick it to the fertilizer companies" in 2022. Rick is an engineer and in the 5 years he's been farming he's been an NCGA Corn Yield Contest Winner four times and a Commodity Classic No-Till Winner. He is always on the lookout for a better way to do things. As an engineer and farmer, he knows what works best. SNX30 type technology is relied upon in agriculture in Europe, Australia and Asia. It is little-known in America due to Big Ag/Chem lobbying influence delaying the growth of this inexpensive and advanced tech.  

WHAT HAPPENED in Rick's extreme

weather events?

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


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

 * 4 Time NCGA National Corn Yield Contest Winner

* Commodity Classic No-Till Winner 

"Here's to SNX30"

Rick Cook says it best!

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SNX30 Heavy Lifting in 2022


Rick is using foliar with most applications this season and letting SNX30-XL do the heavy lifting with 75% less nutrients.

 Resisting oxygen starvation and denitrification while using over 70% less nutrients: yield 208-270 bpa. 

Rightly so, after trying many new inputs over the years, 3 time NCGA yield winner and Georgia Corn Commission Board Member, Wallace Anderson (below) was skeptical about using SNX30. It seemed too good to be true. He was also less than happy with the results from past inputs. However, his optimism to find a better way convinced him to try SNX30 and we didn't let him down.  


Pre-Season Profit is our unmatched promise Welcome to next-generation farming:

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*3 Time NCGA National Corn Yield Contest Winner *Georgia Corn Commission Board Member

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Wallace Anderson Farm of Ellijay, GA. Corn yielded 224 bpa using SNX30 with over 70% less nutrients.  His NCGA winning field yielded 236 bpa. At $5 corn, his ROI with SNX30 was over twice that of the NCGA field.

Here is one of SmartNute's SNX30 crops with near perfect emergence, row stand uniformity and early growth vigor using SNX30 to reduce fertilizer cost (plus other benefits) and get the 2nd best input ROI.


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Darrell Jones Farm (Ellijay, GA)  Showing SNX30 crop with "decent" emergence (as Darrell calls it) and stand uniformity.

Another referral: Darrell was referred to us by 3 time NCGA yield winner, Wallace Anderson, also of Ellijay, GA

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 Over 70% less nutrients. 

Thanks to farmers already using SNX30, we are constantly experimenting and learning new benefits that SNX30 brings to the table not only to help farmers with sky-high fertilizer prices and growing healthier crops, but also to help balance our ecosystem, reduce toxic groundwater, keep farmers ahead of government mandates and make their lives a little easier.


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Amos Smith, 4th generation farmer and Cornell graduate, is in charge of feeding and technology on the family's 2800 acre, 1900 head dairy farm.

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Amos Smith, past Board Member of New York Farm Viability Institute

Lawnel Farms in Piffard, NY

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SNX30  and strip-till are a match made in heaven. Amos is looking forward to harvest 2022 using over 70% less nutrients and increasing yield.