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Adding Billions of Dollars of Cash Flow For Soybean Producers.
What Adds 20 to 30 million acres to Exactrix Market Potential?


Some of the highest yielding soybeans can be raised in high pH soils with good management.

West of Grand Island, NE or Salina, KS. North in the Red River Valley. South on the high plains of Texas, Highest yields can be attained. 

Why? Because soil calcium is very high in these western soils and calcium is sequestering the availability of other nutrients and allowing nitrates to accumulate.

High calcium soils will produce top soybean yields as the mystery is unraveled.

Exactrix TAPPS keeps the calcium away from placed P,K, S, Mn, Cu, Zn.


Why would the acres increase for Exactrix TAPPS, Mustangs and TC tool bars? 

Because Iron Chlorosis has a giant range of dysfunctional activity, crop available deficiency is pocketed and the problem is mostly in the higher pH range.

Because it is just not related to Iron, The problem is related to PK and S not being crop available and too much nitrate in the soil.

The Soybean plants will simply not nodulate due to the oversupply of nitrate. So massive doses of Rhizobia are required in fluid flow with SRS to oversupply and overcome nitrate suppression.

High nitrate in the soil is also a precursor to nasty nematodes feeding in the nitrate rich soil. Rotation with Mustard or Winter Canola will definitely improve the nematode problem and dramatically reduce excessive nitrate.

Iron Deficiency Chlorosis is a subtle to a very big problem…Ferrilene is ideal for site specific application. This cost is from 1 gallon per acre $10.00 to 3 gallons $30.00 per acre.

Raising high soybean yields is an almost impossible hurdle in the Red River Valley of the North.


Exactrix® pioneered the new multiplex organic and elemental technique at Hugoton, KS. GJ Swanson and Joel McClure.

Good cooperation from Helena with Ferrilene®, Jim Talbert.

Help came from Paige Clawson with the correct varieties from DeKalb®.

Platte Valley Yellows, Common Iron Chlorosis. Metals Deficiency, too much nitrate, Rhizobia deficient soils, the mystery of non-soybean soils.

Seed Row Saturation, SRS (50 to 75 gpa) allows high flow rates of liquid Rhizobia. Single Super Phosphate and also Potassium Magnesium Sulfatecan be utilized in the SRS row.

Depleted soils in high pH can now provide a more ideal germination environment for a good start of an above average soybean crop.

Good economic yields can be considered where previously soybeans could not be considered.

Double cropping of soybeans is even more likely with applied fertility Exactrix TAPPS, Ferrilene, SRS and liquid Rhizobia.

How did they set up the tool bar for soybeans and banding to the maximum yield potential with 3 and 4 product systems? 

Why is the tool bar design critical to Soybeans, Corn, Wheat , Cotton and Canola?

The unique design of the TC positive down pressure bar is illustrated with all the indexed positions possible.

Indexed banding of TAPPS to the 8 inch depth in combination with Ferrilene at seed row depth of 2 to 3 inches.

Soybean Rhizobia inoculant in the seed row with the SRS technique works. Applications 50 to 75 gallons per acre will allow soybeans to be double cropped in critical areas of Kansas, Nebraska and Texas.


In North Dakota, the Exactrix Mustang TAPPS, Tri-Flo, TC tool bar can be utilized most effectively for Corn, Soybeans, Wheat, Sugar Beets and Spring Canola.

Check it out locally.
Exactrix is demonstrating this advanced technology at Husker Harvest Days, Booth 642, September 12, 13, 14.

Liquid Rhizobia, 


DeKalb, Iron Chlorosis Tolerant Beans.  

Exactrix TAPPS and TAPPKTS formulators.

Exactrix Mustang Openers,  

Exactrix SRS.  


Single Super Phosphate,   


Your Great Plains Reporter.

Husker Harvest Days, Grand Island, Nebraska.

Exactrix 40 foot, 7x7 tool bar on display.
Sept. 12, 13, 14, 2017.

Get a special introduction of the Positive Down-pressure, TC bar with lift assist, 40 to 45 feet, with 2KC Series 3 and 2KM TAPPS formulators.
Mustang P-51 openers meet or exceed producer expectations at 7 inch banding depths.

Meeting your formulation needs.  

Picking your metering systems.  

Need more information on advanced crop production.


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