Nutrient Placement News
Conservation tillage practices are used throughout the southern Great Plains to reduce soil erosion and... Read more.
Many producers could benefit by using starter fertilizer when planting corn. Starter fertilizer is simply... Read more.
The young boy hopped and skipped across ground farmed by his family for generations, his dog trotting... Read more.
Crop yield can be improved by ensuring adequate nutrient availability. But how should you place the... Read more.
The trend among northern Plains farmers is toward using less tillage to produce field crops with more... Read more.
Strip tillage is a relatively new soil conservation system useful for today’s farmers. In Ohio... Read more.
Strip-tillage, which creates a soil environment that enhances seed germination, is a new alternative to... Read more.
This fall, Iowa growers implementing nutrient reduction practices are eligible for cost-share conservation funds from... Read more.
Harvesting of soybeans and corn has just begun in South Dakota. Crop plans for next year will soon... Read more.
Like a teacher giving each student individual attention so they reach their full potential, University... Read more.
The idea that the previous use of a field can influence how it performs in the present may seem simplistic... Read more.
Soil sampling done properly often forms the basis for successful crop nutrition. But what’s proper... Read more.
- New platform to simplify inventory and fertilizer sales
- Cheminova’s dimethoate 4E receives 2(EE) recommendation
- Ag markets proved rather volatile again Thursday
- Potential impact of climate change on rangeland plants
- Ag markets proved decidedly mixed again Thursday morning
- Economy, job market reaps benefits from RFS
- Julie Borlaug says biotech is necessary in fight against hunger
- Commentary: Blame anti-GMO groups for deaths
- What does “sustainable” food and agriculture really mean?
- Ohio bill to require certification to apply fertilizer
- FCC aims to offer high-speed internet to rural America
- Carbon-dioxide hurts nitrogen assimilation by plants