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NUE Update - Discussing Factors Affecting Nitrogen Availability and Variability in Corn with Haiying Tao at Washington State University

NUE Update - Discussing Factors Affecting Nitrogen Availability and Variability in Corn with Haiying Tao at Washington State University

In this NUE (Nutrient Use Efficiency), Haiying Tao, Assistant Professor/Nutrient Management Specialist in the Department of Crop & Soil Sciences at Washington State University, discusses efforts to develop an efficient, low-cost method to assess field-scale N availability across variable fields and conditions and key N management takeaways from that research.

Read the original article and take the quiz for 0.5 CEU in Nutrient Management here: Factors affecting nitrogen availability and variability in cornfields



NUE (Nutrient Use Efficiency) Updates are a production of the American Society of Agronomy, Certified Crop Advisor and underwritten by Verdesian Life Sciences.

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