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Get Cotton Off on the Right Foot with No-Till

Growers in the Northern High Plains of Texas are turning to cotton plantings in hopes of reducing their watering needs and possibly extending the life of the Ogallala aquifer. There’s one tool that should be used on all these new acres that could make this endeavor more profitable.
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Topdressing Wheat with Nitrogen: Timing, Application Methods, Sources and Rates

With the recent precipitation and snowfall some wheat fields in central and southern Kansas have started to show initial levels of spring greenup, and might be starting to develop spring tillers. Thus, now is a good time to start planning for topdressing nitrogen — especially for those wheat fields that emerged last fall, says Kansas State University Extension.
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