Improving Wheat Yields with Impact F

Improving Wheat Yields with Impact F

Impact F is a natural crop health bio-stimulant that should be an integral part of any crop nutritional program. Impact is a biological product containing growth hormones, amino acids and betaines which are important for healthy plant growth and development. Impact causes more efficient assimilation of all nutrients, especially nitrogen, within the plant and helps with key enzyme systems.

Impact F is easy to use and can be added to your existing nutritional program.

For high-yielding winter wheat, Impact F pushes yields even higher. An application prior to wheat vernalization strengthens the plant and produces a better root system thereby improving the plant’s ability to handle stress caused by colder and wetter weather. Impact improves tiller development which will produce bigger and more grains per head. Impact improves nitrogen utilization within the wheat plant – a benefit that becomes even more important in the spring when the plant grows more rapidly and utilizes more nitrogen.

Wheat treated with Impact F (left) vs. untreated (right)

Wheat treated with Impact F (left) vs. untreated (right)

Another field, another year.  Treated wheat (left) vs. untreated (right)

Another field, another year. Treated wheat (left) vs. untreated (right)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Impact F should first be applied when the wheat plant has started developing tillers and prior to the vernalization period. In this first application, it is preferable to apply Impact as a stand-alone foliar spray with enough water for good coverage. However, Impact is compatible with other materials in a tank mix. The second Impact application should occur in the spring with the first nitrogen application. And the third and most critical application should be done at flag leaf stage (head emergence). Apply 1 quart per acre for each application.

See the difference!  Impact was NOT used down the center strip.

See the difference! Impact was not used down the center strip.

Field in the spring where Impact was used.

Field in the spring where Impact F was used.

 

Visit our Impact F product page or read the Impact F product label for more information.

Information provided by Coastal AgroBusiness, Inc.

By |November 21st, 2014|Categories: Home, Wheat|