Looking for a powerful tool that can help you maximize your silage tonnage without sacrificing crop quality? Proliant® Plant Growth Regulator can do just that.
How does Proliant work?
Proliant utilizes the power of highly water-soluble gibberellic acid 3 (GA3) to stimulate protein synthesis and enzymes responsible for plant growth. What does that mean for you? It means a stronger, healthier silage crop and a higher yield at harvest.
Proliant can also be used as a foliar spray in pasture grass to promote early season plant development or extend late-season plant growth. And if you’re looking to enhance regrowth after each hay cutting, Proliant can help with that too.
We know you’re probably thinking, “Okay, this sounds great, but how exactly does it work?” which is why we made this video for you.
If you’re ready to take your crop production to the next level, head on over to the Proliant page. And if you’re still curious about the science behind Proliant or would like to see crop-specific data, claim your free Proliant PDF now.
If you’ve got the science down and you’re hungry to jump into the economics of silage and pasture grass, we’ve got a great webinar and blog post for you. The webinar, Don’t Overlook Silage, features Shawn Kemp, CFO and consultant, discussing on-farm economics of silage.
The blog shows off our team’s photography skills with some untreated vs. treated photos and graphs that dive deeper into the effects of Proliant. They may even be a sneak peek of the data you’ll see on our quicksheets. Head over to our Proliant for Livestock Operations blog to check it out.
Still want more? Check out this 7-day time lapse of Proliant on Timothy hay!