Articles Tagged with ''nitrogen''

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Increased Nitrogen Rates May Lead to More Acid Soil Concerns

Experts explain how soil sampling by layers and effective liming can help no-tillers overcome the ‘additive’ effect on soil acidity.
Concerns among no-tillers about the impact of high nitrogen (N) rates on soil acidity appear to be on the increase. And it’s more of a problem with continuous no-till since some growers are spreading less lime due to increasing soil organic matter and decomposition.
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[Podcast] Doing a Better Job Placing N and P in a No-Till System

In this episode of the <em>No-Till Farmer</em> podcast, brought to you by Montag Mfg., you&rsquo;ll hear Ohio State University Extension ag engineer John Fulton, discuss how new technology can enhance nitrogen and phosphorus delivery.
In this episode of the No-Till Farmer podcast, brought to you by Montag Mfg., you’ll hear Ohio State University Extension ag engineer John Fulton, discuss how new technology can enhance nitrogen and phosphorus delivery.
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No-Tillers Ready to Make Slight Cuts with Fertilizer

After increasing per-acre spends on fertilizer in 2014, no-tillers will try to trim expenditures mostly through cuts to soybean applications.
Year after year, fertilizer is the big gorilla in the room when it comes to farm expenditures. In 2014, the readers of No-Till Farmer spent an average of $85,513 per farm to feed their crops — far outpacing the average of $69,732 spent on average, per farm, for land rent.
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