Monthly Archives: May 2016

Why You Should Consider Adaptive Nitrogen Management for Your 2016 Corn Crop

Corn needs nitrogen.  A 20 ton/ac corn crop removes 180 pounds of nitrogen from the soil.  That nitrogen comes from manure, decomposing soil organic matter, fertilizer and a small amount is deposited when it rains.  A certain amount of nitrogen … Continue reading

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New UVM Nitrogen Recommendations for Corn are Coming!

With genetic improvements that have increased corn yield potential and the advent of good alternative approaches for determining in-season crop nitrogen need (i.e., sidedress N), it is evident that the UVM recommendations for nitrogen fertilizer on corn need to be … Continue reading

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