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N-Charge®

Premium, High-Adhesion Inoculant for Legumes



Increase seed adhesion for proper nodulation

N-Charge® is specially formulated to increase seed adhesion over traditional planter box inoculants by as much as 150%. Better seed adhesion means more inoculant in the root zone for proper nodulation, which is key when growing a healthy viable bean, lentil or pea crop.

Formulated with specific rhizobia to give optimal performance for peas, lentils, dry edible beans, chickpeas and garbanzo beans, N-Charge eliminates the need to make a slurry when using a hopper box treatment.

The details
  • Better seed adhesion
  • Enhanced nodulation, leading to higher crop yields
  • Easy application; no seed bridging or lodging


Application Guidelines

Always read and follow label instructions and restrictions before use.

Application Instructions

Plant inoculated seed as soon as possible. If seed is not planted within 24 hours, it is recommended to re-inoculate.

See label for full list of registered crops and application rates.

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