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Several accidents have occurred drawing attention to our industry and the need for proper safety meaures, particularly the transportation of ammonia from the retail site to the farm.
Crop growers in the Western Lake Erie Basin have a new opportunity to improve nutrient management this winter working with their ag retailers and resource specialists.
To maximize the yield potential of winter canola, producers should topdress with nitrogen, sulfur, and possibly boron in the winter.
To address the issue of nitrogen and other farm nutrients leaving farm fields, ISU scientists, worked with scientists from the USDA-ARS, USDA-NRCS, the Iowa Department of Agriculture and Land Stewardship, and the Iowa Department of Natural Resources on the Iowa Nutrient Reduction Strategy Science Assessment, which was finalized in May.
Nutrition plays an important role in the winter survival, yield and oil quality of canola. Fertility requirements are similar to wheat with two notable exceptions.
CHS introduces new starter fertilizers (11/25/13)
Potash fertilizer — is there a problem? (11/25/13)
Fertilizer practices in the fall (11/20/13)