Soil temperatures across much of Nebraska have dropped below 50° F, the recommended threshold for... Read more.
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Phosphorous and potassium exist naturally in the soil as a part of rock, clay and other minerals that... Read more.
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. - "If we don’t bring something to the table, tomorrow’s grower will be... Read more.
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Time and fuel represent two valuable assets for wheat farmers and management options and saving both... Read more.
In his keynote address last fall at the 11th International Conference on Precision Agriculture, Newell... Read more.
Since 1980, a group of university agronomists have conducted tests to separate fact from fiction on... Read more.
What happened to all of the nitrogen applied last fall and this spring to the 2012 corn with the intent... Read more.
Farmers are encouraged to wait until soil temperatures remain below 50 degrees Fahrenheit before... Read more.
An early harvest combined with fields that were chopped, plowed under, or harvested for biomass earlier... Read more.
Drought. The impact on crop production has been sobering, but more than yield has been affected. The... Read more.
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