Grow your best crop with Radiate.
It’s time to give back to the crops that have given you so much over the years. Grow your best season by giving your crop Radiate—specifically designed to help develop longer, stronger, healthier roots to improve nutrient uptake.
This powerful root growth technology increases your plants’ ability to utilize more essential nutrients and water in your fields. The unique balance of IBA and Kinetin consistently supports maximum root growth and plant performance. Ideal for corn, soybeans, cotton, peanuts, wheat, potatoes, sugarbeets and dozens of other crops—one thing is for sure, if it has roots it needs Radiate.
Grow your best acre with Radiate
Give back to your roots.
Give back to your local FFA.
By using Radiate on your farm, you’re helping Nutrien Ag Solutions give back to National FFA Alumni and Supporters. Nutrien is proud to partner with FFA through an annual $100,000 gift. The grant money provided through the Radiate Give Back To Your Roots Program will double the amount of local grant funding traditionally available and provide access to new grant channels. Each grant application can receive up to $5,000. Learn more about how this program can benefit your local FFA chapter and how to apply. Grants can be used to fund FFA student chapter affiliation fees, plant science-based educational opportunities, new applicants, sustainable and impactful items, purchase of necessary supplies and materials for local ag education. The 2019 upcoming grant deadlines are: June 1 and September 3.
FFA is positively impacting hundreds of lives through the Radiate Give Back To Your Roots Program. We’ve already funded more than 20 chapters across the nation. Recipients are doing great things with their grant money—from improving educational opportunities through technology to making it easier to join FFA.
Spring 2019 grant recipients:
- Eastern Wayne FFA Alumni Chapter, LaGrange, North Carolina ($5,000)
- Max FFA Alumni Chapter, Max, North Dakota ($5,000)
- Lodi FFA Alumni and Supporters Chapter, Dane, WI ($5,000)
- Medina FFA Alumni Chapter, Medina, ND ($4,050)
- Stayton FFA Alumni, Chapter Stayton OR ($3,550)
- Adams-Friendship FFA Alumni Chapter, Friendship, WI ($1,800)
2018 grant recipients:
- Lebanon FFA Alumni Chapter, Lebanon, IN ($5,000)
- North Bend FFA Alumni Chapter, North Bend, NE ($5,000)
- Rolesville FFA Alumni Chapter, Rolesville, NC ($5,000)
- Dallas FFA Alumni Chapter, Dallas, OR ($5,000)
- Whiteford FFA Alumni Chapter, Temperance, MI ($5,000)
- Centralia FFA Alumni and Boosters Chapter, Centralia, MO ($2,500)
- Imbler FFA Alumni Chapter, Imbler, OR ($2,500)
- Filer FFA Alumni Chapter, Filer, ID ($3,144)
- Tioga County FFA Alumni Chapter, Wellsboro, PA ($5,000)
- Sauk Prairie FFA Alumni Chapter, Prairie du Sac, WI ($2,600)
- Enterprise High School FFA Alumni Chapter, Enterprise, AL ($4,995)
- Henry County FFA Alumni Chapter, Buchanan, TN ($4,968)
- Midway FFA Alumni Chapter, Newton Grove, NC ($4,638)
- Westview FFA Alumni Chapter, Martin, TN ($5,000)
Learn how Radiate can help your crops—and your community—grow stronger, longer, healthier roots. Nutrien Ag Solutions is proud to partner with FFA Alumni and Supporters through a $100,000 gift.
Hear about the impact the Radiate Give Back to Your Roots program has had from grant recipients. In addition, hear how some FFA chapters are using their grant money.
Radiate is rooted in science.
- Enhance early season vigor.
- Drive maximum root growth.
- Reduce stress.
- Maximize yield potential.
Support increased profits.
What do growers love about Radiate?
Find out what thousands of growers already know—Radiate is one of the best ways to grow strong, healthy roots for almost any type of crop. After all, if you don’t use Radiate you’ll never know how much of a difference it can make in your field.
“What growers like most about Radiate is that it offsets the stresses caused by weather, and it promotes a vigorous response after various applications.”
“Great crops always start with a healthy and robust root system. Radiate is consistent, too. You don’t cross your fingers and just hope it happens.”