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Want to stop loosing money using chemical fertilizers? Want a USDA certified biobased product? Aggrand NOF Liquid Organic Fertilizer 4-3-3 (NOF) for Growing Hay is the answer .NOF will save you money and increase your yields.  You should find most of the answers on this page of call or txt my cell 860 436 7034 for answers and wholesale pricing now :

Pre-Plant Soil Application Liquid Organic Fertilizer 4-3-3 (NOF) for Growing Hay :

For Growing Hay we recomend 3-6 gallons AGGRAND Natural Fertilizer (NOF) 4-3-3 and 50-100 gallons of water per acre. Apply after seedbed preparation. Drag lightly after application

cost of Foliar Application Rate for Growing Hay with Aggrand NOF :price/gal (55 gal drum) $15.40+ or $17.36+ cdn

For growing hay organically and using foliar spray for every acre use 1 gallon AGGRAND Natural Fertilizer (NOF), 1 gallon AGGRAND Liquid Bonemeal (NBM) , 1 quart AGGRAND Kelp and Sulfate of Potash (NKP) and 75 gallons of water. Apply as a fine mist with enough solution to thoroughly cover leaves. Perform first application in spring when plants are 4-6” in height. Adjust solution according to soil fertility. Repeat application when crop begins to regrow (4-6” in height) and after each cutting or grazing (on rotationally grazed pastures). Perform 2-3 applications per year. If soil testing indicates low to moderate magnesium levels, substitute AGGRAND Liquid Lime for AGGRAND Bonemeal. Rates vary according to soil fertility, cropping history, and other inputs that are applied. Lower dilution rates are more effective than higher dilution rates. Two or three lighter applications may be more effective than one or two heavier applications. If other constraints allow only one trip over the field, do not exceed a 3 percent dilution rate (3 gallons AGGRAND fertilizers to 97 gallons water). To reduce susceptibility to attack of insect and disease-causing organisms, apply a per-acre mixture of 1-2 gallons AGGRAND Natural Fertilizer or 1 quart AGGRAND Kelp and Sulfate of Potash and 35 gallons of water when signs of infestation become apparent. With all the discounts NOF in 55 gallon drums at the warehouse costs about $15.40 per gallon.  Prices are subject to change without notice. Taxes and shipping are extra.  Canadian pricing is about $17.36. Prices are subject to change without notice . Taxes and shipping from one of two Canadian warehouses. If you can use 275 gallon totes you can save an additional amount .  Please call call/txt 860 436 7034 we will help with the shipping and or pickup and get very specific prices.

Growing Hay and Pasture fields with Aggrand Organic Products: :

Mixed grass/legume production as it relates to permanent cultures on acid clay soils in the eastern U.S. and Pacific Northwest has special fertility requirements. These soils tend to contain high to excessive amounts of magnesium and low to deficient amounts of calcium. The percentages of magnesium and calcium must be adjusted to increase soil aeration, allowing higher levels of biological activity to increase and sustain high productivity levels (the biology follows the chemistry). In general, one ton of gypsum and one ton of high-calcium lime applied per acre during field renovation can increase aeration and improve drainage on clay soils for several years. After gypsum is tilled into the soil, irrigate or allow several inches of rain to fall to leach the magnesium from the soil before applying lime. Some farmers have reported that the soil chemistry stays in balance with very little change over long periods when AGGRAND fertilizers are used in conjunction with the balancing of soil chemistry.

Growing Hay with Aggrand Testimonial: This year this pasture yielded 139 big round bales or an increase of 58 percentmore hay using the natural AGGRAND Fertilizer 4-3-3.– Roy Cusack

Cusack states:"Not only does AGGRAND NOF natural organic fertilizer produce more hay than chemical fertilzer, which is worth a lot of money to me, but it also increases the root development of my grass, improves the nutritional value of this crop, helps to resist the drought that was an issue this year, and builds up the soil quality by increasing the microbial activity and more earthworms in the soil,"Cusack said.

Cusack continues: "The cost of using AGGRAND NOF organic fertilizer is about one third or less of using chemical fertilizers. Any smart farm and ranch operator who wants to be profi table and increase his grass, hay or other crop yield, plus produce a more valuable crop, and take better care of his land, should be using AGGRAND Natural Fertilizer NOF instead of chemical fertilizers.

So what does Cusack know about Hay? Cusack has been in the cattle business around Cuero for 10 years. "Right now I have about 1,800 acres, plus some lease land, and run more than 200 mother cows who like to eat year ’round since they are expected to have calves every year so I can make money. "Anyone in the ranching business knows you need hay if you keep your cows during the winter and that usually means growing, cutting and bailing all the hay you can when the weather cooperates. One of his best pastures of Jigs Bermuda hay is a 36-acre patch that typically produces 88 big round bales. "This year this same pasture, even with the dry conditions in our area, yielded 139 big round bales for an increase of 58 percent more hay. This happened because we were using the natural AGGRAND fertilizer 4-3-3 instead of chemical fertilizer. Cusack said he applied the aggrand after the last cutting at a rate of two gallons of AGGRAND natural organic fertilizer mixed in about 25 gallons of water per acre.

Growing Hay with Aggrand Testimonial 2: AGGRAND Liquid Organic Fertilizers Keeps Hay Fields Producing for Jeff and Lynn Tuttle when they started growing hay on an abandoned hog farm in Oklahoma

"There has been a major drought the last two summers, Tuttle said. "It rivaled the dust bowl era in Oklahoma. Thanks to AGGRAND liquidorganic fertilizer, the root system on our pastures was able to endure. Many local pastures were badly damaged, or reduced to sand lots. Despite the conditions, Tuttle had a satisfactory hay yield last year and expects even greater production in the 2007 growing season. Tuttle credits AGGRAND NOF  Liquid 4-3-3 and Liquid Lime NLL for his success. "The root system is healthier and more drought resistant, he said. "That’s the real benefit of AGGRAND. It’s like putting money in the bank. Using AGGRAND organic liquid fertilizers for his crop, Tuttle has improved the pH balance critical for root growth. "It’s like turning the switch when you get the proper pH, Tuttle said. AGGRAND organic fertilizer is a longterm investment in your crops and hay fields. It is easy to apply and will not burn grass or pollute ground water. It promotes root growth by revitalizing the soil, and increases production and drought resistance.

Growing Hay with Aggrand Testimonial 3: AGGRAND Liquid Organic Fertilizers Growing Hay and Oats for beef cattle on 140 acres

Steve Zuber and his dad, Don, raise beef cattle on Zuber Farms and are growing hay and oats to feed the herd.
2009 was the first time they used AGGRAND NOF4-3-3 Natural Liquid Organic Fertilizer instead of their usual 16-16-16 and 46-0-0 chemical fertilizers on their oats and hay crops. The 2009 growing season was hot and dry in Ore.
Altogether, the Zubers planted about 140 acres with oats and hay. They fertilized the fields in early spring, using 1.5 gallons of AGGRAND NOF 4-3-3 NATURAL LIQUID ORGANIC FERTILIZER mixed in 33 gallons of water per acre. Zuber said the plants came up slowly, and his dad doubted the AGGRAND products.
“By May they started to perk up,” Zuber said. “We didn’t have much spring rain last year.”;
In late May, a hard rain fell that knocked down the plants. “I didn’t think it (oats crop) would come up,” Zuber said. “But it came up and we gave it a second shot of AGGRAND.”
In the second round of fertilization the Zubers applied one gallon of AGGRAND 4-3-3 and one quart of AGGRAND NKP Natural Kelp and Sulfate of Potash 0-0-8 per acre. “It was mostly dry after that,” Zuber said. “We pretty much grew that crop with that one rain.”
At harvest time, the plants were relatively short. “We had lots of heads,” he said. “The plants were almost more heads than stems. We got more than we usually get on a good year. It was some of the heaviest oats we ever grew seedwise. We could tell when we combined it that it had a lot more weight. We were really happy with it.”
Zuber said he spent less than half as much on AGGRAND fertilizers, about $4,000, as he typically spent on commercial fertilizers.
While the elder Zuber may have been skeptical, Steve believed in the AGGRAND fertilizers from the start. “I’ve been using AMSOIL products for years,” Zuber said. “I knew AMSOIL didn’t make stuff that didn’t work.”
“The hay crop did pretty darn well,” he said. “It was very close to normal. We were down only a few bales. The hay was beautiful. It grew well without a lot of course stems. The lack of rain is what caused us to get fewer bales. We did real well, and I attribute that to the fertilizers. We’ll never go back to chemical fertilizer.”
Zuber said he knows continued use of AGGRAND fertil- izers over time will continuously improve his soil as it comes back to normal balance, and he expects greater har- vests in the future.

Growing Hay with Aggrand Testimonial 4: AGGRAND Liquid Organic Fertilizers yields 5 cuttings of Alfalfa in Mansfield Ohio

The 2007 growing season was dry for many farmers who depend on their crops to sustain them. However, Myers, of Manfield, Ohio, harvested an unprecedented five cuttings of alfalfa using NOF AGGRAND 4-3-3 Natural Organic Fertilizer.
“I thought with the AMSOIL being so good, this AGGRAND 4-3-3 must be good, so I tried it. It was a drought this past summer,” Myers said. “Even as dry as it was, I still got my hay for the year. I was like a little kid when I went out to cut my hay.”
Meyers' passion is his 80-acre Piedmontese beef cattle farm. He raises them organically, Myers said. The breed is increasingly popular because it’s low fat and low cholesterol, he said.
“I used to get three cuttings,” he said. “This year I got five . It’s the first time in 20 years of farming.”
He needed the extra cuttings this year because the weather wreaked havoc with his crops.
“The first cutting this year got knocked down by a late frost,” Myers said. “The second and third were bad because of the drought.”
He got a pretty good cutting the fourth time and another one the fifth, Myers said. “We cut every 30 days, or thereabouts, he said. “Even as dry as it was I still got my hay for the year. I had 215 bales as of October 1.”
He seeded the alfalfa for the winter and sprayed it with NOF AGGRAND 4-3-3 natural organic fertilizer. “It’s about 8 inches tall,” Myers said in November. “It’s probably the best stand I’ve ever had.”
His neighbors told him he’d have weevils if he didn’t use insecticide. “My alfalfa has no holes in the leaves,” Myers said. “The weevils are not getting my crops. Something in the AGGRAND makes the alfalfa sweet, and the weevil will not eat anything sweet.”

weevils don't like NOF aggrand natural orgaic fertilizer grown alfalfa, it is too sweet for them

Spray it on using extra course droplet size XR TeeJet; Turbo FloodJet and StreamJet Series 7.5, 5 and 4

For best performance, select nozzles that deliver coarse to extra-coarse droplet size. Coarse droplets lend themselves well to AGGRAND products and reduce the tendency for product applications to drift into unintended areas. To reduce spray nozzle clogging in fi eld, backpack or handheld sprayers, remove the screen(s) from just before the end of the nozzle. AGGRAND recommends the following TeeJet® Technologies spray nozzles for fi eld sprayers: XR TeeJet; Turbo FloodJet and StreamJet Series 7.5, 5 and 4. Always consult the manufacturer’s recommendations in the unit’s owner’s manual. In foliar applications, the addition of a biodegradable sufactant can improve results by increasing adhesion to the leaf surface. For best results apply AGGRAND fertilizers out of direct sun in early morning or late evening. Do not apply before or after rainfall or irrigation. Herbisides benefit from being sprayed with NOF. 

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