Global Fertilizer Inventories: Potential Issues Arise – DTN Jan 3, 2020

🕔Jan 3, 2020
Global fertilizer demand is increasing, and this rising demand requires growth capacity in the industry. The need internationally for more fertilizer presents some major challenges as farmers attempt to feed […]

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 […]

Midwest Fall Fertilizer: Tip 1 – Don’t Jump the Gun – DTN Nov 2, 2018

🕔Nov 2, 2018
With some harvests lagging and November afoot, there is a strong temptation to race to the field with fertilizer applications as soon as a crop is out.   Stay calm, watch […]

Specialty Fertilizer Market Exploding but Still a Challenging Sell – DTN Dec 18, 2017

🕔Dec 18, 2017
The development of specialty fertilizers has seen dramatic growth since 2000 as the fertilizer industry attempts to improve resource management and agricultural profitability while the world’s population increases.  This, in […]

New System Could Remove 2 Water Pollutants from Ag Fields Aug 1, 2017

🕔Aug 1, 2017
Algae blooms in the Gulf of Mexico use up the majority of the oxygen in the water, leading to massive “dead zones” that cannot support fish or other wildlife. The […]

Minnesota Corn: 4 Early Season Nutrient Deficiencies to Scout For May 23, 2017

🕔May 23, 2017
As corn starts to emerge amid cool and wet soil conditions, the potential for nutrient deficiencies is high. Proper diagnosis is the important first step to management. Next is deciding […]

Georgia Peanuts: 8 Steps for Proper Soil Fertility May 18, 2017

🕔May 18, 2017
Because the peanut plant is a deep-rooted legume that fixes nitrogen and is a good scavenger of “P&K’, most people say it doesn’t need a lot of fertilizer. That is […]

Minnesota Corn: Using Soil Tests to Effectively Manage P and K May 16, 2017

🕔May 16, 2017
With high crop yields in recent years, many producers wonder how much applied fertilizer is enough to hold soil tests at a desired value. Fertilizer ROI depends on the soil’s […]

Iowa Farmers: Less Tillage Reduces Nitrates and Phosphorus in Watershed – DTN Mar 13, 2017

🕔Mar 13, 2017
A group of farmers in northern Iowa’s heavily tiled Rock Creek Watershed are voluntarily taking proactive steps to keep nutrients from leaving their land. This farmer-led watershed project in Mitchell […]

Illinois Soybeans: Phosphorous, Potassium Declines Could Cost Yields Sep 26, 2016

🕔Sep 26, 2016
Agronomists and growers need to be aware soil test levels for phosphorus and potassium are declining, as today’s high yields are drawing down more than is being supplied. With the […]

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