CarbonWorks Agronomy System

Boost your potato yields by increasing germination rates, improving stand uniformity, and speeding plant growth. Get more eyes, get more stems, get more stolons, and get more set with the CarbonWorks agronomy program.

Proven Results

Yield Trial: Red Potato Harvest

CarbonWorks Agronomy
24,280 lbs/acre
20,880 lbs/acre

Yield Trial: Atlantic Potatoes Harvest

CarbonWorks Agronomy
23,000 bu/acre

To the line, we could see that the CarbonWorks program did not show any signs of late blight. The conventional commercial fertilizer program potatoes were eaten up with blight.

Joe - Farm Manager

We always had yellow plants along our ditch banks for several rows until we started using CarbonWorks RSTC 17.

Scott - Farm Owner

The higher amounts of A size and creamer size potatoes was clearly evident on the CarbonWorks program.

Robbie - Assistant Farm Manager

The quality of our potatoes has increased dramatically for the last 8 years that we have been using the CarbonWorks program.

Bruce - Farm Owner

Grow Your Potato Yields
With Our Step-by-Step Agronomy System.

Establish your crop


Soil apply 2-3 quarts of CarbonWorks RSTC 17 with 5-8 gallons of water per acre with your planter.


Improves germination and speeds emergence of young potato plants.

Boost Early Growth


Foliar apply 1-2 quarts of CarbonWorks RSTC 17 with 10-15 gallons of water per acre 2-3 weeks after emergence.


Speeds plant development to maximize yield potential.

Spray More Effectively


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


Maximizes your spray's effectiveness and boosts potato plant health.

Enhance skin set and bulking


Foliar apply 1 quart of CarbonWorks RSTC 17 with 10-15 gallons per acre of water 10 days prior to the "kill date".


Tops off your yield and enhances the skin set for a higher quality harvested potato.

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