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Your source for news, data and sales tools for nitrogen stabilizers.

Nitrogen Maximizers

Healthy crops and healthy profits — it all depends on healthy soil. Nitrogen stabilizers from Corteva Agriscience deliver unrivaled technology to help your customers protect any nitrogen source.

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N-Serve® Nitrogen Stabilizer

N-Serve® nitrogen stabilizer is proven to protect producers’ largest input investment, ensuring nitrogen is available when and where corn and wheat need it most – in the root zone.

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Instinct NXTGEN® Nitrogen Stabilizer

With Instinct NXTGEN® nitrogen stabilizer for UAN, urea and liquid manure, farmers and retailers will benefit from up to 8 more weeks of nitrogen availability in the soil – and an enhanced formulation.

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Getting Good ROI for Customers’ Fall Nitrogen

As you prepare to make fall nitrogen applications, fertilizer prices are likely on your — and your customers’ — minds. Get expert advice to help ensure a good return on those investments.

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A Team With Expertise in Nitrogen Management

At Corteva Agriscience, we’re proud to be leaders in nitrogen management. That’s why we’ve created an expert team to help ensure farmers get the most out of every acre with our Nutrient Maximizers portfolio. See how this impacts retailers like you.

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Avoiding N Deficiency as Cost Remain Volatile

We have advice to help your customers ensure their corn gets the nitrogen it needs this season, despite the costs.

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Do not fall-apply anhydrous ammonia south of Highway 16 in the state of Illinois. Always read and follow label directions.


Instinct NXTGEN® is not registered for sale or use in all states. Contact your state pesticide regulatory agency to determine if a product is registered for sale or use in your state. Always read and follow label directions.