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Assess Runoff Risk To Keep More Nutrients In No-Tilled Fields

Using split ‘N’ applications, covers and advanced fertilizer products can improve yields and fight negative perceptions about farming.
Let’s be honest, farming creates a risk that fertilizers and manures applied won’t always stay there. And when that happens we’re put in the spotlight, as you’ve seen with recent news reports about algal blooms contaminating popular waterways.
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Managing Nitrogen Like Your Profits Depend On It

Now is the time to protect your nitrogen investment, and your profits! This 76-PAGE “Managing Nitrogen Like Your Profits Depend On It” eGuide shares actionable tips and information about using this nutrient more efficiently on your no-till farm!
If you are new to no-till, thinking about switching to no-till or are looking for a better fertilization program, this free guide is right for you.
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Getting It Done With One-Pass Systems

While some sacrifices are required, more no-tillers are putting down fertilizer with the planter to reduce field passes, boost nutrient efficiency and improve soil health.
The push to increase productivity and yields in agriculture has convinced an increasing number of no-tillers to explore one-pass planting and fertilizing systems.
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The Chemistry Of Anhydrous Ammonia

I thought that the sequence of reactions that takes place when anhydrous ammonia is added to the soil was understood by crop producers and those who advise them.
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Constantly Evaluate Technology To Improve Farm Profits

Adopt technology early, hire specialists, increase cropping intensity and seek information from farmers, a young Kansas no-tiller says.
Dietrich Kastens constantly evaluates technology to achieve clear-cut goals. The Herndon, Kan., no-tiller wants Kastens Inc. Farms to compete with the top third of farms in the Kansas Farm Management Database for lowest cost, planting intensity, farm size or expansion, and most importantly, profit.
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