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MAP 11-52-0

(MonoAmmonium Phosphate) 

MAP is 11% Nitrogen, 52% Phosphate and 0% Potash and is one of the most popular ammoniated phosphates.  Both MAP and DAP have a proven, historical record of increased yields.  Because MAP is a low pH fertilizer it is recommended for high pH soils where it will provide a much better release of energy in the soil. 

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DAP 18-46-0

(Diammonium Phosphate)

DAP is 18% Nitrogen, 46% Phosphate and 0% Potash and is also one of the more popular of the two ammoniated phosphates because of its high content of nitrogen.  DAP is a high pH phosphate fertilizer and is generally spread pre-plant in the Spring because of its higher nitrogen content. 

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UAN 28% 28-0-0

UAN 28 is a urea-ammonium nitrate with 28% Nitrogen.  

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Potash 0-0-60

Potash is 60% Potassium that helps play an important role in plant development. Potash has been proven to increase crop yield and improve crop quality.

Starter Fertilizer

 Starter fertilizer (10-34-0) in corn production has traditionally been recommended for fields with low phosphorus levels, or cool soil temperatures due to early planting, high residue cover or nothern location. In these conditions, starter fertilizer placed near the developing seed provides easily accesible nutrients until soil conditions improve and a larger root system is established for a stress-free emergence.


Corn Grain Yield Increases From Starter Fertilizer Applications Are Most Likely:

  • ln Northern portions of the Corn Belt, regardless of tillage practices

  • When cultural practices such as no-till or minimum tillage are utilized

  • On coarse textured and or low organic matter soils

  • On poorly drained or cold soils

  • On low testing P and K soils

  • When nodal root systems are severally impeded by stresses

  • When soils pH is unusually high or low

  • When substantial drought stress is likely

Gypsoil Gypsum

Gypsum is calcium sulfate dihydrate, it dissolves with moisture into free calcium and sulfate. Growers can benefit from gypsum to help alleviate a number of problems such as slow water filtration, runoff, ponding, crusting, compaction and erosion that can delay fieldwork and

suppress crop performance. Call for more details on pricing.

Contact Information 

15703 State Highway 67 

Upper Sandusky, Ohio 43351

Scott Stansbery  

Zac Clinger          

Aden Ohl   

Tori Fraizer

(567) 232-1842

(567) 232-2620

(419) 310-6296

(419) 569-3616

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