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New equipment enhances fertilizer research

09/02/14

An LSU AgCenter scientist now has the capability for year-round testing of fertilizer and fertilizer additives on different soils.

Researchers find boron facilitates stem cell growth in corn

08/27/14

Researchers at the University of Missouri have found that boron plays an integral role in development and reproduction in corn plants.

Late-season purpling in corn

08/27/14

Issues with purple coloration of corn plants sometimes occur about mid-August or later. It is perhaps more common for purple coloration in corn to occur early in the season, often a result of a phosphorus deficiency or cold temperature stress.

Yellowing in peanuts is due to manganese deficiency

08/25/14

Several peanut fields in Holmes County, Fla., are demonstrating yellowing foliage that may be attributed to nitrogen problems, poor nodulation of roots, or a nutrient deficiency or toxicity.

Tips on using anhydrous ammonia for wheat production

08/25/14

As producers start thinking about anhydrous application for wheat this fall, there are a few basic points which they should keep in mind, especially regarding safety. Ammonia is a hazardous material and safety should be the highest priority of the operator.

Nutrient deficiencies at root of many problems (08/20/14)

Nitrogen stabilization supports stewardship  (08/15/14)

Strip-tillage recommendations (08/13/14)

H.J. Baker hosts grand opening at Tiger-Sul Ace China plant (08/12/14)

Water numeric nutrient criteria: what, why and 4Rs (08/11/14)


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