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Green Beans

Boost your green bean yields by increasing germination rates, improving stand uniformity, and speeding plant growth. The CarbonWorks Agronomy System delivers superb uniformity for crops harvested in a single pass.

Tested & Proven to Boost Yields

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Untreated
180 bu/acre
CarbonWorks Agronomy
250 bu/acre
Green Bean Harvest
70 bu/A Yield Increase

Prior to 2009, this grower averaged between 150 and 180 bushels per acre. After implementing the CarbonWorks Agronomy System, yields have increased to 230 – 250 bushels per acre from 2010 through 2017.

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Increased root growth on green bean plant with CarbonWorks RSTC 17
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Florida Green Beans
30% Less Fertilizer

By speeding plant development, we were able to increase yields by 70 bu/A while using 30% less fertilizer.

Uniform green bean development with CarbonWorks RSTC 17
Florida Green Beans

CarbonWorks delivers superb uniformity for green bean crops harvested in a single pass.

Grow More Green Beans
With Our Step-by-Step Agronomy System.

Establish your crop

Application

Apply 1 - 2 quarts of CarbonWorks RSTC 17® with 8 - 12 gallons of water per acre in-furrow at planting.

Purpose

Increases germination rates, speeds emergence, and improves stand uniformity to boost your total yield potential.

Fertilizer Boost

Application

Add 1 quart per acre of CarbonWorks RSTC 17 with your 11-37-0 liquid fertilizer. Contact your CarbonWorks rep about using with other fertilizers.

Purpose

Stabilizes and enhances the utilization of nitrogen and phosphorus.

Spray More Effectively

Application

Use 12 - 16 oz. of CarbonWorks Replenish® per 100 gallons of water in all your spray tank mixes (nutritional & pesticide).

Purpose

Maximizes your spray's effectiveness and boosts green bean plant health.

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