Nitrogen when corn needs it.
Corn uses nitrogen in two forms: ammonium (NH4+) and nitrate (NO3-). But it prefers ammonium — because that form is more efficient for plants to use and less susceptible to loss.
But nitrate-nitrogen can’t help corn if it’s beyond the reach of the plants’ roots during critical growth times. Instinct II and Instinct NXTGEN act to slow down the bacteria that convert ammonium to nitrate, keeping nitrogen in the ammonium form longer. That means it’s there when corn is ready for it — so the crop can reach its maximum yield potential.