Terrasym for Corn

TERRASYM FOR CORN

Terrasym 450 for Corn

Terrasym has season-long nutrient uptake benefits, which results in early root development, improved season-long tolerance of abiotic stress, and improved yield at harvest. Now Terrasym 450 is available as a corn overseed treatment and planter box application.

Terrasym for Corn is now available to farmers through online purchase. Visit our e-commerce shop to learn more about each product and put in your order for the 2022 growing season.

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Terrasym 450 Results

The early root development and season-long nutrient uptake benefits of Terrasym are now available in a corn seed treatment. Growers have seen higher yields at harvest with Terrasym 450.

2017-2019 Combined Results

*Statistically significant at >95%+ Confidence p < 0.0007
UTC = Untreated Check
UTC and Terrasym 450 have base fungicide and insecticide

Improved nutrient uptake results in early season root development and enhanced nutrient acquisition throughout the growing season leading to higher yields at harvest.

+4.5 Bu/A average yield increase
80% win rate
20 locations
23 total trials

Terrasym Benefits for Corn

Increases nutrient uptake to promote earlier stage root and growth development

Increases yield 4.5 bushels per acre through improved plant nutrition

Improves Manganese and Iron uptake

TERRASYM FOR CORN

Terrasym 450

The improved nutrient uptake benefits of Terrasym 450 for corn resulted in the following results in third party trials:

+6.7% Total root area
+7.3% Rooting depth
+9.6% Nodal root length
+17.5% Leaf tissue iron concentrations (ppm)
+12.6% Leaf tissue manganese concentrations (ppm)

2020 IN10T FarmerTrials; Root trends reported for Terrasym 450 as an in furrow treatment (V2-V4, 19 locations, 10 plants per treatment, per location), yield aggregate reported for TS450 as a seed treatment and in furrow treatment, 20 locations; 2021 AIP Trials; Root trends reported for Terrasym 450 as a planter box application (V4-V6, 13 locations, n = 10 plants per treatment per location); Nutrient data reported for Terrasym 450 as a seed treatment and in furrow treatment (V5-V6, 24 locations, 10 plants per treatment per location)

 

“My farm is poorly drained and has wet soil, so we chose to use Terrasym 450 to help improve our yields. We’ve collected the last five years worth of yield data. After using Terrasym, we beat it by 10 bushels. But we did make one mistake: We didn’t do the whole thing. We should’ve used both sides of the planter.

– Steve Johnson; Ames, IA

How Terrasym 450 Works

Terrasym products contain specially selected beneficial microbes called methylobacterium or pink pigmented facultative methylotrophs (M-trophs). M-trophs establish a natural, permanent partnership with plants. This symbiotic relationship facilitates improved plant development and nutrient uptake, ultimately, making crops stronger, more stable and more tolerant of abiotic stress, from planting through harvest.

PPFMS

ROOT
ESTABLISHMENT

NUTRIENT
UPTAKE

METHANOL
CONSUMPTION

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STEP 1: PPFMS

Terrasym products contain specially selected beneficial microbes called methylobacterium or pink pigmented facultative methylotrophs (PPFMs or “M-trophs”). PPFMs establish a natural, permanent partnership with plants. This symbiotic relationship facilitates improves abiotic stress tolerance and nutrient uptake, ultimately aiding plant development and making crops stronger, more stable from planting through harvest.

STEP 2. ROOT ESTABLISHMENT

As broad plant colonizers, PPFMs spread rapidly from the seed surface across a plant’s roots and leaves. They support stand establishment by improving nutrient conditions, promoting consistent emergence and larger root systems.

STEP 3. NUTRIENT UPTAKE

PPFMs improve nutrient uptake. They also secrete beneficial molecules into the root zone that can bind and transport yield-enabling micronutrients.

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STEP 4. METHANOL CONSUMPTION

By consuming methanol – a by-product of plant metabolism – PPFMs colonize at zero energy cost to the plant. This leaves more energy available to the plant for nutrient uptake, resulting in increased chlorophyll content and enhanced photosynthetic efficiency, both of which translate to increases in yield.