Persistent rain and saturated soils have generated concern about nitrogen fertilizer loss. Nitrogen fertilizer is... Read more.
Cool, wet conditions in much of the Midwest and concerns regarding future weather will delay the normal... Read more.
On New Year’s Day we likely had a lot of N left by last year’s droughted corn still in... Read more.
The global nitrogen fertilizer market is forecast to reach an estimated $109.83 billion in 2017 with... Read more.
Prolonged wet periods often disrupt the normal sequence of field operations. Some fields may be... Read more.
While some parts of the Corn Belt made planting progress in the past week, not everyone did. And... Read more.
The end of the optimal time for corn planting is quickly approaching. Getting corn planted should... Read more.
With dry conditions last summer and early precipitation growers may be having a harder time assessing... Read more.
The wettest first quarter of the year since 2008 has delayed nitrogen fertilizer applications and... Read more.
Nitrogen (N) fertilizer applied as anhydrous ammonia, UAN solutions or urea can be lost if adverse... Read more.
Last year’s drought and reduced corn yield in Indiana resulted in considerably more nitrogen (N)... Read more.
A historical analysis of corn research shows that new hybrids are taking up more nitrogen than older... Read more.
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