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No-Till Notes: How to Plan Your Summer Fertility Program

Soil test to determine what’s available to your crops and follow with tissue or sap testing to detect possible deficiencies.
Planning your crop’s fertility begins with soil testing, followed by planning your fertilizer application, followed by summer tissue testing. Some nutrients will go on in the fall, others in the spring and the rest in the summer, depending on you and your agronomist’s approach to nutrient management.
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Putting The Fertility Puzzle Together

Yearly soil and tissue tests, cover crops and timely fertilization to avoid ‘hidden hunger’ in plants can boost yields, says no-tiller and crop consultant Ed Winkle.
It’s not likely you’ll find Martinsville, Ohio, no-tiller Ed Winkle running on automatic. When harvest is over, the work is just beginning as he explores how to make the soils on his farm work better.
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Save On Nitrogen Costs

Saving time and saving dollars are the major reasons cover crops have worked so well in no-till rotations for many Virginia growers.
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28 Winning No-Till Fertility Tips

Three veteran no-tillers, crop consultant offer proven ideas to use nutrients more effectively.
Fertilizer is likely a no-tiller’s most costly input. But managed properly, it can provide one of the best returns.
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