TERRASYM FOR CORN
Terrasym from NewLeaf Symbiotics is a new class of agricultural biologicals, using naturally occurring M-trophs. M-trophs live in true symbiosis with crops, delivering benefits throughout the growing season with no energy cost to the plant.
Agriculture biologicals strengthen corn to increase yield and improve nutrient uptake. Terrasym’s corn treatment is available as Terrasym 450, a corn overseed seed treatment.
Terrasym 450 Overseed Treatment
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 early season root development, results in enhanced nutrient uptake throughout the growing season and higher yields at harvest.
+5.9 Bu/A average yield increase
79% win rate
348 total trials
Terrasym Benefits for Corn
Promotes earlier stage root and growth development
Increases yield 5.9 bushels per acre
Improves Manganese and Iron uptake
TERRASYM FOR CORN
NewLeaf is monitoring early season results for its Terrasym Corn Trials.
+6.2% Total root area
+9% Average nodal root length
+5.2% Skeleton rooting depth
+2.4% Skeleton rooting width
+14.6% Leaf tissue iron concentrations (ppm)
+10.6% Leaf tissue manganese concentrations (ppm)
“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.