Anhydrous Ammonia: Farmer Training Isn’t a Bad Idea – DTN

🕔May 9, 2019A recent incident in suburban Chicago involving an anhydrous ammonia leak that injured several people, including first responders, underscores the dangers the nitrogen fertilizer can present in both transportation and […]

Anhydrous Ammonia Applications – Equipment Considerations

🕔Mar 22, 2019Because of limited fall 2018 anhydrous ammonia fertilizer application, fertilizer infrastructure including transportation, distribution, and application may be stressed this spring. A review of application equipment considerations can help ensure […]

Ohio Corn: 4 Considerations for Anhydrous Ammonia Applications

🕔Mar 19, 2019It was a late harvest in fall 2018. Soils were wet and frozen when it was time to apply anhydrous ammonia. Those situations resulted in much less than normal anhydrous […]

Anhydrous Ammonia – How Do in Soil Applications Work?

🕔Mar 19, 2019What happens when anhydrous ammonia is injected into soil? Several physical and chemical reactions take place following anhydrous ammonia injection: dissolution in water, reaction with soil organic matter and clay, […]

Corn, Soybeans: Fertilizer Prices Higher for 2019 Crops

🕔Sep 26, 2018August and September fertilizer prices confirm expectations of rising fertilizer costs for 2019.  So far, anhydrous ammonia prices are close to $80 per ton higher for 2019 production as compared […]

Fertilizer: Nitrogen Prices On The Rise – DTN

🕔Dec 27, 2017The recent rise in anhydrous prices comes as a big lump of coal in farmers’ stockings right at the holiday season. With already tight crop margins, higher anhydrous prices were […]

Minnesota: 5 Best Practices for Late Fall Fertilizer Management

🕔Dec 7, 2017Late fall can present challenges when it comes to fertilizer application. If you don’t apply fertilizer at the right time in the fall, you risk loss of nutrients via runoff. […]

Illinois Fertilizer: Nitrogen Prices, Costs Lower for 2018

🕔Nov 15, 2017Nitrogen fertilizer prices are averaging lower now than in any time since September 2008. These lower prices could translate into roughly a $10 per acre saving in nitrogen fertilizer for […]

Fertilizer: Leaving Anhydrous Behind? – DTN

🕔Oct 10, 2017It’s been three years since Greg Carson and his father, R.J., said goodbye to anhydrous ammonia on their Marion, Iowa, corn and soybean farm. For years prior to that, they’d […]

Fertilizer Costs 2017-18: Expect Holding Pattern

🕔Jul 13, 2017Fertilizer prices have fallen in recent years, leading to lower fertilizer costs, major costs of producing corn and soybeans that have declined the most since the commodity price declines in […]

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