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What Is The Incentive To Use An Inoculant?
One Word: Yield
Valuable yields are waiting in each peanut seed. The yield potential of each seed is at its maximum when it is put into the ground. Decisions such as crop rotation and field selection help that seed reach its full potential. Irrigation and pest management help protect that yield potential. However, stresses, such as disease pressure and drought, lower the bar on what yields can be achieved.
Peanut profitability is maintained through high yields or by reducing production costs. Unfortunately, at times, reducing inputs to cut production costs can negatively impacts yields, thereby reducing the profit margin. A better plan is to focus on giving the crop every possible opportunity to achieve that maximum yield possible.
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