Georgia Cotton: 5 Fertilization Tips

🕔May 17, 2018We’re finally getting some much needed rain (5/16/18), and those that had to stop planting cotton will soon begin planting again. About 40% of Georgia’s cotton is planted at the […]

Minnesota Corn: Fertigation – How Much and When?

🕔May 15, 2018In the Central Sands of Minnesota, planting is under way. With a week of warm and windy weather, things are drying out and warming up quickly. While most growers have […]

Minnesota Corn: How to Select the Right Starter Fertilizer

🕔May 10, 2018We had a late start to the season, and planting is later than usual. Should you use a starter fertilizer? The answer to that question is that it depends. Some […]

Ohio Corn, Soybeans: Do Micronutrients Aid Yields?

🕔May 8, 2018Ohio farmers often wonder if micronutrient fertilization will increase grain yields. A recent study exhaustively compiled the last 40 years of Ohio State University micronutrient fertilizer trials in corn, soybean […]

Alabama Corn: Sulfur and Magnesium – Key Nutrients for Crop Development

🕔May 2, 2018We have been intensely tissue sampling corn over the last two years in north Alabama and the two nutrients that have been consistently deficient are sulfur (or there have been […]

Tennessee Corn: Nitrogen and Wet Soils

🕔Apr 27, 2018With continued wet weather, growers are sharing concerns about how rains may have impacted pre-plant or at-plant nitrogen in fields designated for corn.  Most producers have applied only about one third of […]

Minnesota Corn: 5 Spring Nitrogen FAQs

🕔Apr 27, 2018After crazy weather in early spring, it’s finally time to get out in the fields. We’ve gotten a lot of questions about spring nitrogen lately. Here are the frequently asked […]

Michigan: Fertilizer Management for Economic Survival

🕔Apr 26, 2018Editor’s note: This information was originally published in 1985 and is largely relevant today. It has been lightly updated, and some information that was not relevant has been removed. The […]

Georgia Pecans: Look for Mouse Ear in Young Trees

🕔Apr 26, 2018These are first year pecans planted here in the county that are showing severe symptoms of nickel (Ni) deficiency, called ‘Mouse Ear.’ Mouse ear mostly occurs on very young trees. […]

Illinois: Farm Group Partners with Agrible Tracking 4R Nutrient Management

🕔Apr 25, 2018Documenting 4R nutrient application practices for environmental and regulatory purposes is about to get much easier for agricultural retailers in Illinois. The program is being developed by a partnership between […]



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