Nitrogen - Latest Articles
Without many serious problems to look at, this is a good time to consider whether this corn crop will turn out to be as good as it looks, and what threats might linger as we move into the six weeks over which yield will be made.
According to a new report from Rabobank, the U.S. nitrogen fertilizer market is now reaching a point of saturation, as announced capacities are expected to come online in the next few years.
Excessive rainfall and flooding in early to late spring can result in the loss of some fall- and spring-applied nitrogen (N). Both of these N forms are subject to leaching through the soil into tile drains or groundwater.
Tips for ‘late’ applications of nitrogen (07/14/14)
Addressing mid-season fertility issues (07/02/14)
Estimating nitrogen levels in late spring (06/24/14)
Estimating nitrogen losses in wet fields (06/19/14)
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