North American inventories of the crop nutrient potash at the mine level dipped in March as exports... Read more.
With spring's arrival, it is a good time to address some questions on soil testing that came up during... Read more.
North American potash inventories at the producer level climbed in February, despite an increase in... Read more.
The benefits of placing a portion of the crop’s fertilizer needs in a concentrated band at planting... Read more.
Although many factors and sources affect water quality, Ohio corn, soybean and wheat farmers want... Read more.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the Florida Department of Environmental Protection (FDEP) reached an... Read more.
Including starter fertilizer with any fertility program can play a big role in getting corn off to... Read more.
A lot of careful consideration goes into selecting which fertilizer should be added to a crop. After... Read more.
Production levels for key grain crops, including corn and soybeans, are projected to increase in both... Read more.
Soil testing is the foundation upon which we make nutrient recommendations. Something equally important that... Read more.
Phosphorous recycled from human and animal waste for plant fertilizer could ease demand for the dwindling,... Read more.
Canadian fertilizer producer Potash Corp of Saskatchewan says it is determined to buy most, if not... Read more.
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