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Preside Ultra®

Preside Ultra® super concentrated soybean inoculant



You take pride in your soybean fields. Whether they’re the ones right by the road that everyone drives past, or the acres smack-dab in the middle of your farm, you want them to look their best. You know a field of green, healthy-looking plants in the summer means a healthy harvest in fall — and very likely more green for you.

With Preside Ultra® super concentrated soybean inoculant, you don’t even have to wait that long to see a difference. Preside Ultra improves soybeans’ ability to emerge, establish a stand, and effectively utilize the increased levels of nitrogen provided to the plant. You can see the difference a soybean inoculant can make in just one or two days. That doesn’t just mean a better-looking field. It means healthier, more vigorous plants that produce stronger yields.

See the Preside Ultra advantage at different stages in the growing season. Preside Ultra is on the right in each comparison.

Preside Ultra® soybean inoculant enables faster emergence and greater yields

Preside Ultra® improves soybeans’ ability to emerge, establish a stand and effectively utilize the increased levels of nitrogen provided to the plant. You can see the difference in just one or two days. For growers, inoculant for soybeans means more than just a better-looking field. It means healthier, more vigorous plants that produce stronger yields.

Preside Ultra soybean inoculant uses Take Off technology to accelerate nutrient acquisition and utilization into the plant. Preside Ultra offers up to two times more rhizobia (Bradyrhizobium japonicum) with multiple strains for more consistency. It provides up to 65% more nodule mass to increase nitrogen-fixing capacity spurring faster canopy closure so the plant can capture more light, reduce weed competition, and preserve soil moisture.

The details
• Up to two times more rhizobia per seed than other inoculants for soybeans
• Low rate allows you to treat more units with the same amount of product
• 20% faster establishment
• Bulk packaging to treat up to 1000 units
• 1.9 more bushels per acre than the untreated acre

Preside Ultra® soybean inoculant provides a statistically significant yield advantage

Application Guidelines
Always read and follow label instructions and restrictions before use.

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