TAG: XCU

Koch Turf & Ornamental: XCU slow-release fertilizer

June 13, 2018By

XCU® slow-release fertilizer provides gradual, steady nutrition uptake. It’s been widely used by turfgrass managers to economically and efficiently promote a plant response of health, growth and color for up to 10 weeks per application. XCU fertilizer has the highest nitrogen (N) content (43 percent) and lowest sulfur content (4 percent) of any polymer-coated sulfur-coated urea on the market. The... read more

Koch: XCU slow-release fertilizer

February 8, 2017By

XCU slow-release fertilizer provides gradual, steady nutrition. It has been widely used by turfgrass managers to economically and efficiently promote a plant response of health, growth and color for up to 10 weeks per application. XCU fertilizer has the highest nitrogen (N) content (43%) and lowest sulfur content (4%) of any polymer-coated sulfur-coated urea (PCSCU) on the market. The value... read more

Koch Turf & Ornamental XCU Fertilizer

May 7, 2015By

XCU® slow-release enhanced efficiency fertilizer is the new generation of polymer-coated sulfur-coated urea (PCSCU). A special manufacturing process gives each granule a durable, consistent and one-of-a-kind coating. XCU® fertilizer is the only PCSCU with an inner polymer layer that encapsulates and protects the urea granule. The outer layers consist of a thin coating of elemental sulfur and a polymer wax,... read more

KAS finalizes acquisition of Agrium’s T&O assets

July 2, 2014By

Koch Agronomic Services (KAS), an affiliate of Koch Fertilizer, finalized its acquisition of the turf and ornamental (T&O) assets, brands and product technologies of Agrium Advanced Technologies, a former business unit of Agrium. Terms of the agreement were not disclosed by KAS. The acquired T&O business provides nutrient solutions for the horticulture, turfgrass, consumer lawn and garden and specialty agriculture segments.... read more

KAS set to acquire Agrium assets by end of Q2 2014

May 9, 2014By

Koch Agronomic Services (KAS), an affiliate of Koch Fertilizer, agreed to acquire the turf and ornamental (T&O) assets, brands and product technologies of Agrium Advanced Technologies, a former business unit of Agrium. Pending regulatory approvals, the transaction is expected to close at the end of the second quarter of 2014. Terms of the agreement have not been disclosed. “We believe this... read more