Nutrient Trend Reports
Make timely application decisions using local nutrient deficiency data.
Each season, the WinField® United NutriSolutions® tissue sampling program processes thousands of tissue samples. With this robust data base, we can pinpoint local trends to help you forecast and identify potential nutrient deficiencies in your fields.
To gain exclusive access to these reports and actionable insights, sign up for our Nutrient Trend Report newsletter below. On a semi-weekly basis throughout the growing season, you’ll receive micronutrient deficiency data on a state-by-state basis along with agronomic advice from our experts.
Should you identify a micronutrient deficiency, the MAX-IN portfolio of foliar-applied products provides effective solutions for every acre. From multi-nutrient mixes to single nutrient options, every MAX-IN product contains CornSorb® technology to help increase availability and uptake by plants.
MAX-IN® for Cotton NF
MAX-IN® Manganese FOUR HW
MAX-IN® Ultra Manganese
MAX-IN® Ultra ZMB
MAX-IN® for Beans
MAX-IN® Vine and Vegetable
MAX-IN® Flexi Mn
For more information on MAX-IN products and tissue sampling strategies, contact your local WinField United retailer.
© 2022 WinField United. Important: Before use always read and follow label instructions. Crop performance is dependent on several factors many of which are beyond the control of WinField United, including without limitation, soil type, pest pressures, agronomic practices and weather conditions. Growers are encouraged to consider data from multiple locations, over multiple years and to be mindful of how such agronomic conditions could impact results. MAX-IN, CornSorb and WinField are trademarks of WinField United. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.
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