In the areas that are drying out from heavy rain, farmers and retailers are concerned about nitrogen loss.
According to Emerson Nafzinger, an agronomist with the University of Illinois, it’s too early to start worryi
Nitrogen’s elusive behavior makes it challenging to produce top yields while minimizing the escape of nitrates. But understanding how soil influences the presence or absence of nitrogen in the growing season will fert
In the 1980s, University of Illinois agronomist John D. Alexander devised a scale to determine a soil’s risk of nitrogen loss. It was based on the characteristics of natural soil drainage class, permeability, slope cl
The Fertilizer Institute (TFI) in partnership with TFI member CHS Inc. today applauded Chairman John Thune (R-S.D.) and Ranking Member Bill Nelson (D-Fla.) for their leadership in support of December's passage of the Su
Sukup Manufacturing Co. has signed an agreement to acquire the assets of SBC Building Systems, located in Ambridge, Pennsylvania.
Since its inception in 2011, Sukup's steel building product line has sold more than
The first generation of soybean cyst nematode (SCN) females is now visible on the roots of soybeans growing in SCN-infested fields in Iowa. The SCN females, which contain 250 or more eggs each, are white and about the s