Utrisha N Nutrient efficiency optimiser

Renaultman

Member
Arable Farmer
Location
Darlington
Does anyone know anything about it?
Snake oil? A replacement for poor soil and plant health management? Or a new tool to help improve efficiency?

I did a search and there are articles from Corteva and CPM but can't find out much more :(

 

Corteva Technical

Member
Does anyone know anything about it?
Snake oil? A replacement for poor soil and plant health management? Or a new tool to help improve efficiency?

I did a search and there are articles from Corteva and CPM but can't find out much more :(

Further information on Utrisha N can be found on https://www.corteva.co.uk/products-and-solutions/biologicals/utrisha-n.html or contact the Corteva Agriscience hotline on 0800 689 8899 or email [email protected]
 

Corteva Technical

Member
Does anyone know anything about it?
Snake oil? A replacement for poor soil and plant health management? Or a new tool to help improve efficiency?

I did a search and there are articles from Corteva and CPM but can't find out much more :(

Further information on Utrisha N can be found on https://www.corteva.co.uk/products-and-solutions/biologicals/utrisha-n.html or contact the Corteva Agriscience hotline on 0800 689 8899 or email [email protected]
 

Chris F

Staff Member
Media
Location
Hammerwich
The adverts just started for this today on TFF and I thought it was interesting- so i had a read up too @Renaultman . This video seems to outline the basics:


My question is how much N does the plant pull and how does this convert to reductions in applied? The 100% efficiency sounds great. So any savings are good.

Also can it be tank mixed with anything else or does that risk the live product?
 

Renaultman

Member
Arable Farmer
Location
Darlington
The adverts just started for this today on TFF and I thought it was interesting- so i had a read up too @Renaultman . This video seems to outline the basics:


My question is how much N does the plant pull and how does this convert to reductions in applied? The 100% efficiency sounds great. So any savings are good.

Also can it be tank mixed with anything else or does that risk the live product?
We could do with a Corteva boffin popping along and giving us a bit of a talk.
 

Clive

Staff Member
NFFN Member
Location
Lichfield
this does sound very interesting and I would like to learn much more about how much N it may replace and what the relative cost is ?


also would like to see any trial results please ?
 

dec

Member
Location
Leics
Just wondered if this bio stimulant is okay to be used in chlorinated tap water or does it need to be applied with rain water? Getting mixed messages from the agronomist and the label says it can only stand a very small amount of chloride in the water?? @Corteva Technical
 

Corteva Technical

Member
The adverts just started for this today on TFF and I thought it was interesting- so i had a read up too @Renaultman . This video seems to outline the basics:


My question is how much N does the plant pull and how does this convert to reductions in applied? The 100% efficiency sounds great. So any savings are good.

Also can it be tank mixed with anything else or does that risk the live product?
Hi Chris, plants pull the different amounts of N depending on the soil type, availability of N in the soil, moisture, mineral fertilization, etc. Trials data show that Utrisha N can add 20-30 kg/ha on average to the cropping system. It is measured by yield in comparison with different fertilizer inputs.

With regards to the tank mixes, please refer to the tank mix list available on the Corteva website. There are products that can be damaging to Utrisha N, particularly some EC fungicides (mainly due to the solvents/adjuvants in the formulation). Also, compatibility often depends on the concentration of product in water - it can be non-compatible at 100 L/ha of water, but compatible at 300 L/ha of water.

Hope it helps.
 

Renaultman

Member
Arable Farmer
Location
Darlington
Hi Chris, plants pull the different amounts of N depending on the soil type, availability of N in the soil, moisture, mineral fertilization, etc. Trials data show that Utrisha N can add 20-30 kg/ha on average to the cropping system. It is measured by yield in comparison with different fertilizer inputs.

With regards to the tank mixes, please refer to the tank mix list available on the Corteva website. There are products that can be damaging to Utrisha N, particularly some EC fungicides (mainly due to the solvents/adjuvants in the formulation). Also, compatibility often depends on the concentration of product in water - it can be non-compatible at 100 L/ha of water, but compatible at 300 L/ha of water.

Hope it helps.
Thanks 👍
 

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