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Getting the perfect nutrition for cotton is a challenge. With a LintBooster consultation, our experts will give you more information about the slow-release fertilizer designed especially for cotton. We’ll not only explain what LintBooster can do for your crops, and show you our research on cotton fields, but we’ll also explain more about delivery methods and soil types. Both of these factors determine how your cotton plants absorb nutrients, and the nutrient content of the soil year after year.

What’s next?

  • You can expect to hear from one of our agronomists within 2-3 business days regarding next steps in the process.
  • Explore our proprietary technologies, Flavonol Polymer Technology and BioActivites™ to learn more about what makes Agroliquid fertilizer different.
  • Check out our blog for the latest tips, research and more for growers.

Learn More About Nutrient Utilization and Liquid Fertilizer 

Improving N Utilization: Different plants absorb nutrients in different ways. However, all plants need nitrogen, potassium, and phosphorus, as well as secondary nutrients and micronutrients. For some nutrients, like nitrogen, the soil may show adequate levels, but the plants can’t access them. This is because of the complex way in which nitrogen filters through the soil and becomes usable—or unusable—to plants. We’ll explain more about the biological processes affect nitrogen utilization, and what this means for fertilizer treatments. Learn more.

The Phosphate Advantage: Around 11 lbs of phosphorus is required for each bale of cotton. For more farmers, this means supplying extra phosphorus through fertilizers. This is especially true for soils with high pH. Since phosphorus is absorbed continuously through the growing season, but commodity phosphorus fertilizers supply phosphorus all at once, plants do not always have access to the phosphorus they need. We’ve developed technology to solve this problem, introduce phosphates that break down more slowly and are available to plants over a longer period. See how it works.