Envita

Manufacturer: Azotic North America
For use on: Corn or soybeans (1 gallon treats 40 acres)
Application Methods and Rates

  • In Furrow – 3.2 ounces per acre
  • Foliar – 3.2 ounces per acre between V2-V6 (see use instructions below)



What is Envita?

Envita is a nitrogen fixing solution that fundamentally changes the nitrogen equation on your farm. Envita is fundamentally for in-furrow use, though it has recently been approved for foliar application as well. Envita colonizes and lives in the plant (both in above and below ground tissue) to enable nitrogen fixation throughout the plant.

Benefits

  • Allows crops to fix their own nitrogen all season long, providing a sustainable, supplemental source of nitrogen
  • Multi-crop use
  • Works throughout entire plant not just on the root system.
  • Flexible application use

Corn Multi-Year Data

Comments:

Envita has proven to be an extremely consistent product over the 3-year testing period. With a win rate of over 80% and a yield advantage of over 8 bu/acre during those wins this product gives growers a significant ROI opportunity.

Soybean Multi-Year Data

Comments:

While results have varied over the past two years with the use of Envita on soybeans, the one thing that has stayed consistent is the top end potential. Through both our 2021 testing and our 2-year testing Envita has shown an advantage of over 3.5 bu/acre when conditions are favorable. Most soybean yield enhancing products are reliant upon moisture during pod fill and Envita is no exception. Ultimately, if a field is treated with Envita and has adequate rain fall during the pod fill stage a significant yield enhancement can be achieved.

How does it work?

Air is 78% nitrogen and Envita bacteria naturally metabolizes nitrogen directly from the air, allowing you to reduce your nitrogen fertility program and hit your yield goals OR maintain your nitrogen fertility program and shoot for higher yields.

Air is 78% nitrogen and Envita bacteria naturally metabolizes nitrogen directly from the air, allowing you to reduce your nitrogen fertility program and hit your yield goals OR maintain your nitrogen fertility program and shoot for higher yields.

Agronomist Matt Caron demonstrates how to conduct an in-field jar test with Envita.

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