Iowa Corn: How Will Unharvested Soybeans Affect Soil Nutrients?

🕔Mar 19, 2019Flooded fields and wet soil conditions in the fall 2018 meant some soybean fields were not, or are not going to be harvested. Also, some fields occasionally experienced significant shattering […]

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, […]

Minnesota: Spring Fertilizer – What Are the Top Considerations?

🕔Mar 15, 2019After a fall when planned fertilizer applications could not be made, tough decisions need to be made in spring. Planting at the optimum time is crucial to ensure optimal yield […]

Arkansas Rice: Ready to Get the Show on the Road. Is the Weather?

🕔Mar 15, 2019We’re Having a… Heatwave? “Sun is shining, the weather is sweet, make you want to move your dancing feet.” Wait a few minutes and Arkansas weather will change. That wasn’t […]

Mississippi: Fertilizing Crops with Poultry Litter – What You Should Know

🕔Mar 13, 2019Poultry litter has been used to produce Mississippi crops for decades. However, most often it has fertilized hay and forage crops grown near the production facilities. The increased volatility of […]

Texas Wheat: Topdress N Timing Is Critical

🕔Mar 11, 2019Soil & Crop Sciences extension has finalized a new publication for Texas wheat. Nitrogen topdress timing involves recognizing the key jointing growth stage in wheat, and understanding when conditions may […]

Ohio Wheat: Nitrogen Application Timing for Weak Stands

🕔Mar 6, 2019Late-planted wheat fields had little opportunity for growth before cold and wet conditions moved into the area last November. Fall tiller production was limited because of early cold weather soon […]

Missouri Wheat: Wet Weather Strategies for Managing Nitrogen

🕔Mar 1, 2019It was a difficult fall in Missouri and much of the Midwest. Crops came out late, crops came out wet, fields were rutted, wheat got planted late or not at […]

Minnesota: How to Avoid Micronutrient Deficiencies – Podcast

🕔Feb 27, 2019In this episode, Dan Kaiser, Carl Rosen, and Jeff Vetsch discuss micronutrient deficiencies. What crops are sensitive to micronutrient deficiencies? How accurate are tools such as soil tests or tissue […]

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