Strip-Till Farmer Magazine News

When Larry can spend $5-6 to get a $40-50 return, he's on it... (read article)

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NOTE: With SNX30, you can spend less than $2 and return over $99.


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


Larry is using SNX30 with his liquid macro and micro nutrient applications this season to achieve maximum bushels, greater soil health and ROI.


Maybe you've read one of his articles in Strip-Till, No-Till, Farm Show Magazine or other publications. Meet Larry at  the National Strip-Till Conference 2021.

Larry realized years ago the importance of micros in addition to NPK and can now reduce his total nutrient cost 83% with no yield loss.

Another example of SmartNute's SNX30 2021 Crops -- near perfect emergence, row stand uniformity and early growth vigor with 83% less nutrient inputs.

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Wallace Anderson Farm  (Ellijay, GA) Hay 2021 Harvest 32% yield increase using SNX30 with 83% less nutrient inputs. Yield equaled 121 square bales an acre after wind damage.

"Farmers and growers prove again and again they can get the BIGGEST ROI and ag health benefits with SNX30."​

Gain the healthiest grow results with SNX30 like this agronomist, organic farmer, ag author and lecturer experienced after farming for 30 years...

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

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. We had an application error and the 30-0-0-3 with SNX30 was applied at a rate of 1/48 of control instead of 1/6 of Mike Rother's normal nutrient application. Mike is one of the original Corn Warriors.

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 our application error, SNX30 still gained a .01 bpa advantage over the control (20.6 - 30 bpa average). At 1/6 application farmers' ROI is the biggest ever. The soil is less sick, has less salt, machinery corrodes less, labor and inventory is less, less grain cart and semi trips than farmers chasing more bushels for less profit. Makes sense, right?

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 with no risk in order 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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Farmer and Pilot

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Here's another field trial with SmartNute's

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










“Hi Lee,


I did use Smartnute in several applications last spring. In summary of what I did see, where I used the Smartnute with 1/6th rate of starter compared to full rate of starter I didn't see any difference in yield. 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. In each case, I didn't see a yield difference. I plan to repeat some of the same comparisons in 2021. I hope this information is helpful to you.++++  Bruce” 

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Bruce Kleinschmidt Farm

Jacksonville, IL

Another example of SmartNute's SNX30 2021 Crops with near perfect emergence and row stand uniformity.