Right now prices for urea, DAP and potash are all down from year ago levels, but prices for anhydrous... Read more.
A new private soil-testing laboratory began operations this fall in Iowa (based in Ames), testing... Read more.
The soils of the Northern Great Plains tend to be geologically young soils because soil development... Read more.
The right time to take soil samples is in rhythm with the crop rotation. Normally it’s best... Read more.
Some of the world's biggest fertilizer companies are banking that the aftermath of the worst U.S.... Read more.
American potash inventories dipped nearly 9 percent in August at the producer level, but were still... Read more.
Yield expectations across Ohio are variable based on summer rainfall patterns, so nutrient management strategies... Read more.
Uralkali OAO, the world's second-largest producer of potash fertilizer, is looking to buy potash assets... Read more.
Drought is a simple and unfortunate fact of life that agriculture must endure from time to time. Those... Read more.
As preparations are made for planting the 2013 wheat crop, growers should consider how the 2012 drought... Read more.
Exceptionally dry conditions this summer will result in low crop yield in much of Iowa, and weather... Read more.
To save time and cost, some wheat producers may be thinking about adding a little extra nitrogen (N)... Read more.
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