The first results from a project to sample soil this fall to see how the dry growing season and low... Read more.
Nitrogen is one of the most widely distributed elements in nature since it is the most abundant gas... Read more.
No one wants to lose—or can afford to lose—nutrients needed for crop production. Keep It... Read more.
Soil temperatures across much of Nebraska have dropped below 50° F, the recommended threshold for... Read more.
CF Industries Holdings, Inc. announced that it will construct new ammonia and urea/UAN production units... Read more.
Have you finished applying anhydrous ammonia or an alternative form of nitrogen this fall? And by... Read more.
Nutra-Flo Company announced the newest addition to the PureGrade product line of low-salt liquid fertilizers,... Read more.
Mother Nature pummeled farmers across the U.S. this summer; crops wilted and collapsed, soils parched,... Read more.
Warmer climates won't necessarily speed the return of nitrogen to soils as scientists once thought,... Read more.
With harvest finishing early and the potential for some nice fall weather ahead, producers may be... Read more.
Time and fuel represent two valuable assets for wheat farmers and management options and saving both... Read more.
Farmers are encouraged to wait until soil temperatures remain below 50 degrees Fahrenheit before... Read more.
- Ag markets posted a mixed showing before the long weekend
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