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Primo GX2

In-furrow, multi-action granular inoculant



 

Primo GX2 is an in-furrow, multi-action granular inoculant that brings more Nitrogen to peas, lentils, soybeans, peanuts, and other plants. This peat inoculant performs well in harsh planting conditions and helps strengthen water and nutrient uptake for maximum yields. By combining high levels of Nitrogen-fixing rhizobia with an organic biological growth promoter, Primo GX2 granular inoculant works to improve overall plant health.

The pulse inoculant formulation maximizes the effectiveness of the rhizobia, boosting plant health from the start and enabling the seed to reach its full genetic potential to maximize yield. Primo GX2 leads to increased seedling vigor, improved stand count, enlarged root mass development, and additional nodulation.

Granular Inoculant Benefits
  • Increases seedling vigor during early growth stages
  • Improves stand count for quicker canopy development and increased yield potential
  • Enlarges root mass development, leading to improved water and nutrient uptake
  • Generates additional nodulation for improved Nitrogen uptake to increase the potential number of pegs and pods that are set

Frequently Asked Questions: Primo GX2 Granular Inoculant 

How does Primo GX2 work?

Primo GX2 contains crop-specific rhizobia and Azospirillum brasilense. The rhizobia helps your plants produce nodules for better Nitrogen uptake. The Azospirillum helps your plant build a bigger, stronger root system for better nutrient and water uptake. 

Which conditions can Primo GX2 provide help for?

If you’re working with virgin ground, soils low in native Nitrogen-fixing bacteria, high soil pH levels, land that’s reentering production after the Conservation Reserve Program, or areas with marginal rainfall, Primo GX2 can help your plants overcome stress, perform better, and provide greater yield. 

Is Primo GX2 a recommended granular inoculant for peas?

Yes. Primo GX2 is a highly rated granular inoculant for peas, lentils, soybeans, and peanuts. This peat inoculant helps each crop reach its full genetic potential, leading to greater plant health and yield.

 

Looking for more information on our family of Primo products?

  • Primo Power CL is a higher concentration liquid, in-furrow peanut inoculant
  • Primo R1 is a super concentrated soybean inoculant

 

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