Enzymes are Key Indicators of Soil Health
There’s a lot of concern out there about fertilizer supply and price volatility. Helena product specialist Dawn Brunmeier manages their proprietary product line which includes crop protection and crop nutrition products. She says managing these risks starts with sound agronomy.
Brunmeier… “Growers can never go wrong with sound agronomy, whether they're sticking to their traditional fertility plan or searching for ways to manage a tight budget, it's important to do everything that they can to build soil health. At the end of the day, a resilient soil profile is how to increase nutrient efficiency and get the most out of the fertilizer that they have.”
Brunmeier says there are products available that can help build that soil profile.
Brunmeier… “A simple way to build soil health is to integrate a stabilized enzyme into the nutritional program. Most people don't know this, but enzymes are key indicators of soil health. And that's because enzymes boost natural processes in the soil, creating higher productivity in the field. And unlike some certain microbial products, Zypro stabilized enzymes interact very well with common tank mix partners. So with Zypro, you're getting more reliable soil health benefits without some of the hassle.”
Visit Helenaagri.com to learn more about the Zypro enzyme and to find a local Helena retailer.