Legend Seeds is proud to bring leading-edge biological technologies and innovations to enhance crop performance, health, and increase yield potential through Yield Master Solutions, LLC (YMS). YMS is a data driven, biological solutions company that works with industry partners to bring dealers and growers microbiologic-based products that have been proven to optimize plant health and crop performance. Products are carefully researched and selected to earn their way in to the portfolio based on performance. Solutions available to Legend Seeds dealers include products from Agrovive, Azotic North America, and AgriGuardian.
We offer a robust product portfolio for multiple crop types to meet specific operation and application needs that include seed coat, foliar, and in-furrow applications.
From: Azotic North America
For use on: Multiple Crops
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 above and below ground tissues to enable nitrogen fixation throughout the plant.
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.
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Click on product name to view/download product tech sheet or view the YMS Biologicals Product Guide.
|Product||For use on||Application type||Product Label||Company|
|EnvitaTM||Corn or soybeans||In-Furrow, Foliar||View product label
View in-furrow use instructions
View foliar use instructions
|Azotic North America|
|IonfxTM||Corn, sorghum, small grains (foliar),
cotton, canola and flax
|Foliar, In-Furrow, Seed coat||View product label||Agrovive|
|SoyfxTM||Soybeans||Seed coat||View product label||Agrovive|
|Alpha JouleTM||Alfalfa after each cutting||Foliar||View product label||Agrovive|
|CrownfxTM||Small grains||Seed coat||View product label||Agrovive|
|MolyTM||All crops||Foliar, In-furrow||Agriguardian|
|MicroMix CompleteTM||All Crops||Foliar||Agriguardian|
Azotic North America’s management and scientific teams work to revolutionize world food production methods by focusing their efforts on developing and commercializing the use of sustainable nitrogen in agricultural applications.
After nearly 20 years of research, Azotic Technologies leading researcher, Professor Edward Cocking FRS, pioneered the development of a nitrogen-fixing bacteria, allowing farmers to enjoy reduced production costs while protecting their local environments. With this n-fixing technology, their advances in agricultural science have been globally recognized for their part in sustainable farming practices.
Learn more at www.azotic-na.com
A Leader in Plant Nutrient Technology
AgriGuardian scientists, chemists, and formulators are dedicated to helping growers around the world achieve maximum return on their investment while sustaining agricultural soils. With decades of field and research experience in plant nutrition, AgriGuardian develops products to meet the nutritional needs of all crops. AgriGuardian products are designed with balanced nutrients to be readily available, quickly absorbed, and immediately usable by the plant. AgriGuardian products provide a beneficial way to increase nutrition, yield, and profit for all crops.
Learn more at: www.agriguardian.com/
As part of their on-going research and development, they are testing additional microbial strains and application timings and methods to determine their efficacy across multiple plant species. These trials will help to define optimal application timing and compatibility in diverse climates and soil conditions in North America.
They are working to evaluate microbial strains that can affect both plant morphology and yield increases. In addition, a large scale isolation and screening of protocols trial, involving thousands of naturally derived samples, is underway.
Learn more at: www.agrovive.com