Comparison of Soy Protein Based Seed

Comparison of Soy Protein Based and Commercial Available Seed Lubricants Read more from the ASABE Research of seed flowability in row crop planters ABSTRACT. Seed lubricants play a crucial role in proper seed singulation by ensuring a smooth flow of the seeds through the metering unit. However, the harmful chemicals inadvertently expelled along with the Read More >

Soy-Protein: Learn More From K-State

An Environment-Friendly Seed Lubricant For Pneumatic Row Crop Planters Read K-States review of Dust from LowMuTech Seed lubricants have been used for many years to keep seeds from clumping together during planting. The most common seed lubricant has been a combination of graphite and talc, but this product can be abrasive to the insecticide coatings Read More >

University of Maryland Product Evaluation

The University of Maryland recently completed a product evaluation of Dust. Their results were: Results Based on the data observed in 2019, the DUST soy protein seed lubricant is comparable to other seed lubricants commonly used in Maryland for corn and soybean production. There were no differences in emergence or yield among the treatments for Read More >

Dust Use Rates & Cost/Acre Calculator

Learn more about Dust, use rates and cost per acre. If you’re looking to learn more about the cost per acre for the use of Dust, please contact us, as we’re happy to send the spreadsheet as seen in the demonstration below. This will help you make calculations for your own operations.

Low Mu Tech Technical Bulletin Update: Use Rates, Finger Meters, Talc/Graphic/Lubricant Applicators – 5/6/19

Low Mu Tech Technical Update Bulletin May 6, 2019 Subject: Use Rates, Finger Meters, Talc/Graphite/Lubricant Applicators Observations & Insights regarding the use of Dust from current spring 2019 planting: There are many reports of success in the field, with many “calls of thanks” from farmers regarding how well the product is working for them. Please Read More >