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Don’t Forget About Potassium in 2015 By: 05/11/2015 @ 4:27pm

Of the big three crop nutrients of nitrogen (N), phosphorus (P) and potassium (K), K often is often an afterthought. In some areas like some parts of northeastern South…

BASF Launches Limus to Limit Ureas-Based Nitrogen Losses By: 05/11/2015 @ 3:47pm

If you’re looking to curtail nitrogen (N) losses in urea-based fertilizers, BASF has launched a product this year…

Research Tracks Soil Nitrogen By: 06/02/2015 @ 12:12pm

In an effort to see if additional nitrogen (N) is justified, researchers from the University of Illinois initiated a…

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Spend Wisely Now to Avoid Late-Season Troubles By: 06/02/2015 @ 12:16pm

Much of the heavy lifting is already done regarding 2015 inputs. Still, you aren’t out of the woods yet. Some decisions remain. Here’s a look at three input decisions you may have to make later this…

Study Evaluates Different N Programs By: 04/16/2015 @ 3:45pm

Most 2015 fertility plans are in place and underway at this point, whether that includes fall ammonia application, early spring nitrogen (N) application, or planning late applications.“In recent years there…

NITROGEN STABILIZERS SIMPLIFIED By: 03/23/2015 @ 11:00pm

Whether you’re applying nitrogen (N) on your corn or wheat crop, knowing which nitrogen stabilizer to consider can be confusing! There are many out there. They protect from different types of loss, and they…

Evaluate Soil Health Tests and Boost Soil Biology By: 03/09/2015 @ 11:53am

These are different than the normal nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium test levels you normally glean from soil tests. Look at soil respiration through the Solvita soil test, says Jill Clapperton, principal…

The Skinny on Sulfur By: 03/05/2015 @ 3:51pm

By Gene JohnstonEvidence mounts that you should consider sulfur fertilizer for corn, particularly in fields low in organic matter. It can take as little as 10 pounds per acre of sulfur, typically at a cost of…

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