PAN-P is an excellent supplement for those looking for a slow release fertilizer.  Agricultural receivers enjoy the same great benefits as commercial and residental users, but at wholesale costs.  Typical users receive anywhere from 50 to 500 tons.  PAN-P can also be blended with most inorganic fertilizers to act as a bulking agent while still providing slow release nutrients.  

RELEVANT INFORMATION FOR AGRICULTURAL/BULK USERS:    
 

Use in traditional fertilizer spreaders

Spreaders are availble for rent if required

Have a bulk density ranging from 25 to 50 lbs per ft3

Delivery on bulk dumping trailers

Loads can be delivered directly to field

If kept dry PAN-P will not degrade

 

APPLICATION RATES FOR
VARIOUS AGRICULTURAL USES ARE LISTED HERE:

APPLICATION RATES SHOULD NOT EXCEED THE REALISTIC YIELD EXPECTATIONS AND USED IN CONJUCTION WITH SOIL TEST RECOMMENDATIONS
 

Many of end user apply this product at agronomic on crops that are sensitive to animal pressure.  Soil Plus does not claim or guarantee heat dried biosolids will suppress animal pressure (i.e. deer), but if used at or below agronomic rates on the edges of the field animals have a tendency to not enter the field for 1 to 2 weeks.  
 

Winter Wheat
0.5 Tons per Acre in October or after first emergance
1.0 Tons per Acre in Late Feb-Early March

Applications for Oats can be reduced by 10 to 15%

Corn
1.25 Tons per Acre either incorporated or immediately after planted
1.0 Tons Per Acre 4 weeks after emergance.

Soybeans
0.75 Tons per Acre immediately after planting

Cool Season Pasture/Hay
1.0 Ton per Acre Application in Mid-September; then two 0.75 Ton per Acre Applications (1st in Mid-February & 2nd in Early April)

Warm Season Pasture/Hay
1.5 Tons per Acre Application in Mid-May; then two to three 0.75 Ton per Acre Applications after each cutting; applications should vary based on soil moisture/rainfall received.

Cotton
0.75 Ton per Acre immediately after planting

Applications rates for various PRODUCE, FLOWERS, AND OTHER SMALL GRAINS should vary based upon soil type/soil moisture as well as other nutrient received.

PAN-P should not be directly used with Tobacco, Peanuts, or field with a two year rotation of Tobacco and/or Peanuts.  Given the slow, continual nutrient release the Tobacco might have difficulty curing.  Some PAN-P products have a significant amount of Zinc (up to 0.75 lbs per Ton); depending on a field's soil pH some toxicity problems may occur given Peanut Plants extreme sensitivity to Zinc.