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Strip-Till & Banded Fertilizer Boost ROI

Farmer’s switch to strip-till pays off in the form of higher corn yields & better bottom line
Since becoming the sole operators of their family’s Homewood Farms in 2000, Dan Lane and his wife, Jennifer, have used precision practices and conservation tillage to significantly boost corn and soybean yields as well as overall farm income.
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[Podcast] Jared Kenney on Taking No-Till Advice and Precision Nutrients

For this episode of the No-Till Farmer podcast, brought to you by Yetter Farm Equipment, Associate Editor Noah Newman talks to Jared Kenney of Amherste, Neb. Kenney finished second in the National Corn Growers’ Association Annual Yield Contest for Irrigated No-Till in Nebraska.
For this episode of the No-Till Farmer podcast, brought to you by Yetter Farm Equipment, Associate Editor Noah Newman talks to Jared Kenney of Amherste, Neb. Kenney finished second in the National Corn Growers’ Association Annual Yield Contest for Irrigated No-Till in Nebraska.
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Soilgenic Announces Enhancement Formulas for N

The company says in a press release it has established and patented improved formulations to improve applications onto fertilizers, allowing room for other technologies during the retail coating process. The formulations are also designed for application for extreme cold and high humidity environments.
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Ohio State Offers Tips for Supplemental N in Wet Weather

Determining the amount of supplemental nitrogen, if any, that is needed after saturated soil conditions is a difficult question to answer. Soil conditions such as texture, temperature, and length of saturation plus nitrogen application factors timing, placement, source, inhibitors used along with the growth stage of corn which impacts the amount of N already taken up, affect the decision to apply additional N.
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Tips For Getting More From Your ‘P And K’

Building healthier no-till soils, frequent soil testing and other readily available products and practices can help no-tillers stretch their fertility dollars further, regardless of their application system.
The price tag for phosphorus and potassium is way too high for no-tillers to allow nutrients to tie up, float away or just plain not do their job effectively.
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