Articles Tagged with ''Corn''

Insights into Grain Phosphorus and Potassium Numbers

Corn and soybean take up relatively large amounts of phosphorus (P) and potassium (K), and much of this P and K ends up in the grain that is taken off the field during harvest. In order to keep soil nutrient levels from dropping over time, the amounts removed need to be replaced by applying fertilizer or manure. In order to know how much nutrient a crop removes, we need to know how much there is in a bushel of harvested grain.
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When to Consider Foliar Fungicide Applications on Corn

Under certain conditions, applying a fungicide to corn may provide an economic return. A look at a few key criteria will help in determining whether to apply fungicides or wait things out.
Under certain conditions, applying a fungicide to corn may provide an economic return. A look at few key criteria will help in determining whether to apply fungicides or wait things out.
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Building a More Successful No-Till Rotation

The key is constructing a rotation that fully utilizes available moisture and produces enough residue for the whole no-till system to succeed, says No-Till Notes columnist Mark Watson.
The key is constructing a rotation that fully utilizes available moisture and produces enough residue for the whole no-till system to succeed, says No-Till Notes columnist Mark Watson.
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Diversity Works

Justin King and Bruce Unruh of Burlington, Colo., discuss how they’re making no-till and a diverse array of cover crops work on their 3,000-acre farm where they raise wheat, corn, soybeans and milo.
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