Guidelines for Using Flood Adulterated Grain as a Nutrient Source for Future Crops

Springtime flooding has brought wide-spread damage to the Midwest, including contamination of stored grain. In some cases, a total loss can be prevented by using the flood adulterated grain as a nutrient source for a future crop.
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Effects of Unharvested, Shattered, or Hailed-out Soybean Fields on Nutrient Supply for Corn

Soaking rains, hail and other conditions sometimes prevent soybeans from being harvested as intended. Put a positive spin on this negative situation by accounting for the nutrients made available to the following corn crop by the unharvested soybeans.
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Nitrogen Considerations for 2017's Dry Conditions

The dry conditions in some areas of the U.S. in 2017 have raised several soil fertility questions. In some cases, there has been relatively normal crop production and no need for management changes. In other situations with severely damaged crops, there is potential for adjustments for the 2018 corn crop.
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