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Ever gone out to your fields and tossed a stack of hard-earned money into the wind? That might as well be what you do when you apply Phosphorus (P) without a fertilizer enhancer. After all, crops typically can only access 25% of the P that’s applied each season, making it highly inefficient.

Stunted growth and discoloration are just a couple examples of inefficient P in your farmland. Without a fertilizer enhancer to protect that Phosphorus you spent money and time applying, your crops aren’t getting the nutrients you invested in. With AVAIL®, you can actually get what you paid for. And if you really want to up your applied Phosphorus efficiency, go with AVAIL T5, which offers even better performance, handling, storage, and ease-of-use so you can get the job done right. Instead of a quarter of the applied P, your crops can utilize up to 45% more Phosphorus with AVAIL. That way you’re not just throwing money into the wind.

As a farmer, you’re a sensible person who expects to get what you paid for. Just like you wouldn’t pay for a porterhouse and settle for a hamburger, you also expect more than only 25% of the applied Phosphorus you apply each season. Get your money’s worth with AVAIL T5 Phosphorus Fertilizer Enhancer. AVAIL T5 technologies can result in 30-45% more P uptake.

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Get a Real Return on Your Investment

Each season, you put down 100% of the fertilizer you can.

Unfortunately, only about a quarter of the applied P gets absorbed by your plants.

AVAIL T5 Phosphorus Fertilizer Enhancer results in 30-45% more P made available to the crop.

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Crops AVAIL can be used on

  • Alfalfa
  • Almonds
  • Blueberries
  • Cereals
  • Corn
  • Cotton
  • Grasses
  • Greens
  • Hazelnuts
  • Peppers
  • Potatoes
  • Onions
  • Soybeans
  • Sugar beets