Wolf Trax Adds Magnesium DDP to Nutrient Line

Innovative fertilizer product is available to farmers for 2013 growing season

 

Winnipeg, Manitoba – Feb. 18, 2013 – Wolf Trax has added magnesium to its innovative DDP Nutrient portfolio. Designed to address magnesium deficiencies in soils and crops, new Magnesium DDP is available to farmers in the U.S. and Canada for the 2013 growing season.

Magnesium is important in chlorophyll production and plays a key role in moving sugars from the leaves into the plant. Deficiency is a growing problem in highly productive soils, and the only fertilizer options that most farmers and agricultural retailers have had were somewhat inefficient. Challenges with granular magnesium products include tie-up in the soil, poor blending capability and sparse distribution throughout a field.

“Our customers have been asking for a better way to apply magnesium,” says Kerry Green, managing director with Wolf Trax. “We are seeing significant early crop growth response to Magnesium DDP, which is what customers are looking for.”

Wolf Trax applied its patented, scientifically-engineered DDP technology in developing Magnesium DDP. Formulated as a dry dispersible powder, Magnesium DDP will coat dry fertilizer for higher quality blends, better field coverage and easier access for plant roots.

Magnesium DDP also features the unique DUAL ACTION Formulation, providing immediate availability for plant uptake, along with extended feeding over time. The immediate availability of Magnesium DDP will be an especially important characteristic to solving deficiency challenges and an advantage over granular products.

“As with all our products, Magnesium DDP is backed by thorough testing, a commitment to purity and quality, and our industry-leading Growing Forward Guarantee,” says Green.

Wolf Trax will host a free webinar about new Magnesium DDP on Feb. 26, 2013. Go to http://www.wolftrax.com/magnesium to register for the webinar. 

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