Testimonials posted in Agri-SC®

I no till most of my ground.  The way to eliminate some of the compaction is to use Agri-SC®.  It sure helps eliminate compaction and provides the ability for roots to move through the soil.  I apply 6 oz. of Agri-SC® with my first chemical application trip.  I see the results with better yields, less compaction, and less standing water in the wheel tracks.  I've probably been using Agri-SC® 20 plus years.

- David O.  - Eastern Iowa

I first used Agri-SC® based upon a recommendation.  I was looking to fight compaction and improve drainage.  I notice an improvement in seed to soil contact and definitely in any tillage, a lot less clods.  I broadcast spray Agri-SC® and like applying with a fall application.  I have also used it in furrow with insecticide for corn.

- Jim M. - North Central, IN

I have seen noticeably less runoff water....the runoff during really heavy rains is clearer and is carrying less soil with it.

- Jack W. - Central MD

Agri-SC® stops the ponding in fields and lets the ground get mellow.  In the spring, we can get onto the fields earlier.  We have wet Clermont, tight ground, and Agri-SC® lets us farm this at a normal early time.  We have been no-tilling since 1985, and Agri-SC® and no-till go together good.  We have been using it since the mid 80's.  We use it in spring with burn down and have never had any problem mixing with any herbicides.  Try it a couple of years and you will see the difference.

- Marshall A. - Southern IN

We apply Agri-SC® in the spring and summer.  We apply it with 28%N top dressing our wheat.  Also, in corn starter fertilizer, early postchemical application for corn and with Round-Up® for beans.  We also apply it with insecticide in alfalfa fields after each cutting.  We started using Agri-SC® because we had compaction and crusting problems from tight soils.  We have been using it for over 20 years.  We have seen looser soils, less compaction, and less ponding of water in our fields.  If you are looking for an edge to go to the next step, I would try it.

- Dale & Liz W. - North Central OH