A historical analysis of corn research shows that new hybrids are taking up more nitrogen than older... Read more.
When fertilizer or manure N are applied to farm fields to provide the essential nutrient used in the... Read more.
Last fall, with funding provided through the Illinois Council for Best Management Practices (C-BMP), Growmark,... Read more.
Various foliar nitrogen (N) fertilizer products are sometimes promoted as an option for spring fertilization... Read more.
The agriculture community has used anhydrous ammonia as a low cost, highly effective nitrogen-based fertilizer... Read more.
The benefits of placing a portion of the crop’s fertilizer needs in a concentrated band at planting... Read more.
Rabobank has published a new research report on the global urea industry, forecasting structural change... Read more.
Brian Arnall discussed a natural way to judge nitrogen levels that has been showing up in wheat fields... Watch Video.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the Florida Department of Environmental Protection (FDEP) reached an... Read more.
Farmers have long known one of the best ways to increase crop production is to add nutrients to the... Read more.
Soon wheat will be greening-up across the state. Ohio State University recommends applying nitrogen between... Read more.
Preventing accidental releases of anhydrous ammonia is a high priority for the Illinois Department of... Read more.
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