StollerUSA has recently launched a technical information section of http://www.stollerusa.com/. This new segment of the site will enhance visitors’ experience and assist them in acquiring and understanding information regarding the influence of the Stoller technology on a variety of crops.
The research section serves as a platform for StollerUSA experts to share their technical reviews and unique innovative approaches to meet the challenges faced in crop production through white papers, problem and solution articles and university research data. Initial topics include late season planting of soybeans and corn, understanding excess ethylene, drought, controlling growth and the appearance of fairway grass on golf courses and more.
“The subjects cover a wide range of concerns for growers,” says Jeff Morgan, marketing director for StollerUSA. “The more our customers understand about how plants work — what we refer to as, the language of the plant, the better Stoller products work.”
As a complete experience, the StollerUSA technical information section allows growers and others to recognize a growing challenge, understand the various reasons behind a problem, and solve it with the appropriate technology and products.
“We are dedicated to provide information based on careful research and the rich experience gained from decades of field experience,” adds Morgan. “They include Stoller research & development personnel, experienced crop consultants, independent researchers and others.”
This technical information is a continuously growing repository of information to fulfill the increasing demand of growers and farmers. To access materials available in this section, visit www.stollerusa.com, and click on “Research”.
StollerUSA is dedicated to helping producers enhance yields by maximizing genetic expression. The result is in enhanced marketable yield; improved return on investment resistance to insects, nematodes and disease. Stoller products are proven to ensure optimum plant growth by maintaining appropriate hormone balance in combination with supporting nutrients, resulting in healthier, more productive crops that are better able to withstand stress and achieve their full genetic potential.