SOUNDS LIKE MAGIC.
WORKS LIKE SCIENCE.
Soil holds the innate ability to provide for the plant. Every season, extra bushels are left in the field because current tools are unable to access the soil’s full potential. Source solves that issue by unlocking the nutrients already found in the soil. When science and modern innovation take hold, it leads to a more environmentally sound solution for better production and more efficiency. It’s not magic, just science.
Reliable and Predictable Performance
Easy to Use with a Low Use Rate
Apply Anytime V4 Through Tassel
THE SOURCE VALUE
Stimulates existing soil microbes
Safe and stable way to enable the soil environment to work harder for the plant.
Novel science validated by intellectual property
Hard science and well understood mode of action supported by rigorous research, development and regulatory processes.
Easy-to-use and flexible application window
Foliar spray compatible with most tank mixtures. Low use rate and seamless integration with current management practices. Can be applied in-season, post-emergence through tassel.
Increases yield an average of 9.6 bushels per acre with an 88% win rate in average yielding environments.*
Positive return on investment and sustainability
Driven by yield increases, competitive cost and reduced risk for nutrient loss.
*45 trials over two years, average yield below 240 bushels/acre and N use below 200 lbs/acre.
SOURCE MODE OF ACTION
Source was developed based on a deep understanding of how the plant and environment interact. Applied as a foliar spray, Source signals the existing soil microbes to turn on atmospheric nitrogen fixation and phosphate solubilization to increase nutrient availability when and where the plant needs it most. See it in action.
SOURCE FIELD TRIALS
Two years of field trials have shown that Source provides an average 9.6 bushel per acre increase and 88% win rate. This year, Source is hard at work on more than 130 sites throughout the U.S. Follow us on Twitter to learn more about this year’s trial results.
Source is available for the 2020 growing season.
2019 Source Trial Results