Farmers use TwinN in two main ways to increase their profitability, depending on the value of their crop produce and the current price of nitrogen fertiliser.
In high value crops the biggest improvement in cost/benefit is achieved by using a small or zero reduction in nitrogen fertiliser and using TwinN to boost yields. For example in cotton, producers are more interested in a 5-10% yield increase, worth hundreds of dollars, than in saving fertiliser costs - although they still enjoy some savings.
In lower value crops, particularly when nitrogen fertiliser costs are high, farmers see more benefit in a 25 - 40% reduction (depending on the crop) in nitrogen costs. See 'Crop Application' for indicative nitrogen reductions to different crops via TwinN.
For a majority of farmers, long term profitability is very dependent on getting yields consistently over the years in the face of seasonal variability. Because TwinN grows strong root systems, less 'nitrogen leafy' annual crops, and a healthy root environment and microflora it helps both annual and perennial crops to yield more evenly across seasons.
In the longer term, maintaining and improving soil productivity by more sustainable practices is fundamental to maintaining profitability. TwinN is part of the solution for that challenging goal.