Minnesota Corn: Sidedressing Nitrogen – 4 Considerations

🕔Jun 13, 2018Most corn in Minnesota is between V3 and V8 and developing rapidly now with most fields around V5-V6. Up to this point corn has taken up around 20 to 25 […]

Ohio Corn: Sidedressing Manure into Newly Planted, Emerged Crops

🕔May 22, 2018Ohio State University Extension has conducted manure research on growing crops for several years in an effort to make better use of the available nutrients. Incorporating manure into growing corn […]

Michigan Corn: Strategies for Sidedress Nitrogen Placement

🕔Apr 5, 2018Greater emphasis has been placed on applying nitrogen (N) closer to peak uptake periods in a more efficient manner thus improving corn nitrogen recovery and reducing the risk for nitrogen […]

Georgia Small Grains: Time to Sidedress

🕔Feb 1, 2018We’ve been talking about herbicides in small grain, but now is time to sidedress. The most N our small grain needs 130 lbs, but 100 will do in most cases. […]

Sawyer On Crops: Small-Grain Sidedressing – Once Or Twice – Podcast

🕔Feb 1, 2018Should you sidedress small grain crops once or twice? The tiller count guides you, according to Andrew Sawyer in this installment of his South Georgia Pine podcast. Also, he provides […]

Alabama Cotton: June Is ‘Sidedress’ Time

🕔Jun 22, 2017Farmers are just wrapping up the Cotton planting season for the 2017 crop. There really isn’t any time to sit back and get much rest because the next chapter in […]

Georgia Corn: Not Yet Time to Sidedress N

🕔Apr 7, 2017It’s not time to sidedress. UGA Extension Fertility Specialist Dr. Glen Harris recommends sidedressing at 12″ to 16″ height for ground equipment, or 8″ to 12″ tall for fertigation.

Nitrogen: Sidedressing Corn Makes a Comeback – DTN

🕔Apr 28, 2016Sidedressing nitrogen became a lost art for a few years in our history. Many farmers abandoned the practice as farms grew larger and application windows grew tighter. This isn’t the […]

Georgia Corn: Sidedress Early to Replace Leached Nutrients

🕔Apr 15, 2016Some field corn is turning yellow after recent rains. This is due to nutrients, like nitrogen, leaching.

Sawyer on Crops – Georgia Cotton: Utilizing Sidedressing Fertilizers – Podcast

🕔Jul 1, 2015As cotton squares off throughout Thomas County, Extension Agent Andrew Sawyer says farmers need be mindful of how to utilize side dressing fertilizers.

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