Monthly Archives: May 2012

A note about haylage harvest

Given how quickly quality declines with grass maturity, harvesting the first cut of haylage is BY FAR a much higher priority than planting corn at this point.  Quality lost due to excessive maturity can only be compensated for with purchased … Continue reading

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Data-Driven Nitrogen Management for Corn Silage

By Daniel Hudson, UVM Extension Over the past year I have written about nitrogen management in corn more than I would like.  The reason I persist is because it has become very clear to me that data-driven nitrogen management is … Continue reading

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Four questions: nitrogen on grass, starter fertilizer on corn, “More than Manure,” sulfur and boron fertilizer for corn

  Ag Clients, Several questions have recently come up, and I thought I would try to share concise answers with those of you who may be facing similar questions at this point.  As you would expect, Extension employees need to … Continue reading

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