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Do you know how to get the most from your nitrogen fertilizer every season in your corn crop?

Getting a Proper Payoff by Spoon-Feeding Nitrogen to Corn

There are many factors that affect the availability of nitrogen (N), including soil types, rainfall and crop residue, which gives no-tillers and strip-tillers a lot to consider when it comes to N application. One approach increasing in popularity that may help produce the highest corn yields for the least amount of applied N is spoon-feeding the crop.

Learn how spreading out your N applications may give you the most bang for your buck in this free report, Soils, Rainfall Influence Payoff of Spoon-Feeding Nitrogen in Corn.

Download the best advice from top agronomists and soil fertility experts on how to plan the most effective N fertilizer program, including:

  • How to adjust your N program if your soils experience denitrification or leaching
  • Whether you should apply N later in the season
  • How crop residue affects N availability
  • Which N-sensing tools you should consider using

Download this free report now to get the most from your N for this year's corn crop!