Graph-Ex SA™ for Soybeans is a specially formulated blend of encapsulated Rhizobia soybean inoculant plus the benefits of iGET™ Technology.
- Better flowability
- Easy on equipment
- Improved seedling vigor
- Accelerated canopy closure
- Patent pending talc/graphite carrier
- Grower applied
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Graph-Ex SA™ for Soybeans is an inoculant, or seed treatment, containing a specially formulated blend of Excalibre™ Soybean Inoculant plus SabrEx™ Root Inoculant formulated in a talc-graphite carrier. Graph-Ex SA™ for Soybeans is comprised of both proprietary beneficial bacteria (Bradyrhizobia) and beneficial fungi (Trichoderma) that provide a more efficient use of soil nutrients for the host plant.
These proprietary and patent pending biologicals first colonize the soybean crop root system. Their association with the plant induces gene expression and changes in the plant physiology to enhance multiple biochemical pathways. Crop stresses, such as disease and dry weather, can be alleviated and often systemically – so that root colonization by the seed treatment can affect the physiology of the whole plant, even foliar/leaf biology.
Graph-Ex SA™ for Soybeans is a planter box treatment that can be added just before planting at the planter box. It consists of a talc/graphite formulation as the carrier for the Bradyrhizobia and Trichoderma. You will add .5 oz. of Graph-Ex SA™ for Soybeans to every 140k unit of seed you add to your drill/planter. Make sure to mix Graph-Ex SA™ for Soybeans thoroughly with the seed. Refer to the Graph-Ex SA™ for Soybeans label for specific rates and directions for use.
Adverse Conditions or Virgin Ground
ABM™ highly recommends at least a double (2x) inoculant rate when planting soybeans under the following conditions. ABI Sterile Peat is highly recommended to be used as a second inoculant to achieve the double rate.
- Soil has not hosted the specific legume for more than 3 years.
- Soil pH of less than 5.8 or greater than 8.5
- Organic matter less than 1.5%
- Drought or flooding
- Soil Temperatures exceeding 80°F
- Eroded soil
- Use of soil treatments and chemicals injurious to soil bacteria and inoculants