Georgia Pecans: Clarification on Phosphite Materials Mar 26, 2020

🕔Mar 26, 2020
Based on conversations I have had with a number of growers it sounds as if there is a need for some clarification regarding phosphite materials. Phosphite has become a very […]

Fertilizer Trends: Phosphorous Demand And Production On Upward Trajectory – DTN Dec 24, 2019

🕔Dec 24, 2019
Global phosphorus (P) fertilizer demand is expected to grow in the coming years, but the market should remain fairly well balanced during that time. More demand has sparked by increasing […]

Nebraska: Soil Sampling for Better Fertilization Decisions Dec 9, 2019

🕔Dec 9, 2019
Soil sampling and testing are essential to determine soil properties and fertility levels to make good management decisions about fertilizer, manure, and lime application rates. Appropriate nutrient and amendment applications […]

Minnesota: Fall Fertilizer Economics – Podcast Oct 15, 2019

🕔Oct 15, 2019
In this episode of the Nutrient Management Podcast, we discuss fall fertilizer economics. How early is too early when planning nitrogen applications? Are we looking at a year where farmers should be […]

Ag Trade: Volatility Continues to Roil U.S. Markets – CoBank Oct 2, 2019

🕔Oct 2, 2019
Uncertainty over trade policy, weather and African Swine Fever dominated agricultural markets last quarter, causing greater volatility across the industry that’s affecting producers, supply chains and end users, according to […]

Fertilizer: Gulf Urea Prices Sharply Higher Last Week Apr 30, 2019

🕔Apr 30, 2019
The announcement of large urea purchases by India and news that U.S. sanctions on Iran would go into effect May 1, sent Gulf (New Orleans/NOLA) urea prices higher last week. […]

Nebraska: Record Keeping: Pesticides, Herbicides, Fertilizer Applications Apr 16, 2019

🕔Apr 16, 2019
A recordkeeping form for private pesticide applicators in Nebraska is available for free online. This form fits neatly on one page, includes all required parts of an RUP record, and […]

Arkansas Fertilizer: Continued River Flooding Could Lead to Shortages Apr 3, 2019

🕔Apr 3, 2019
With current Mississippi River levels above flood stage along all of Arkansas’ eastern border there are increasing concerns that limited barge traffic combined with reduced access to Arkansas ports may […]

Anhydrous Ammonia: Don’t Burn the Corn – 5 Hot Tips – DTN Apr 1, 2019

🕔Apr 1, 2019
With March limping out like a drenched little lamb, the window for corn planting is opening up in some parts of the country. In the inevitable rush to get fields […]

Arkansas Rice: Planters Moving Quickly After Rain Delays Mar 29, 2019

🕔Mar 29, 2019
The Dust is Flying “Listen! Do you smell that?” That’s the smell of freshly turned soil. Finally a decent run throughout much of the state for getting fields turned around […]

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