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  • Keeping P in its Place

    Keeping P in its Place

    The potential for nutrients to move from farm fields to waterways is under scrutiny by the American public, as well as by federal and state regulators. However, environmental consciousness among farmers remains high and is increasing, particularly where phosphorus (P) is concerned.

    Preserve
  • The Many Intricacies of Managing Phosphorus

    The Many Intricacies of Managing Phosphorus

    Phosphorus + micronutrients = well-balanced nutrient management. But, there are many intricacies involved with managing phosphorus (P) for optimum crop uptake and increased return on investment.

    Lab + Field
  • Your Manure Is Crap

    Your Manure Is Crap

    If your livestock manure isn't paying you back in dividends, then it's just a load of crap. Developing a manure management strategy can have practical benefits for your operation.

    Implement
  • ROI: Running the Numbers on Profitability

    ROI: Running the Numbers on Profitability

    Seeds are planted. Crops are harvested. Money comes in and money goes out. It's the terrestrial rhythm of a farming enterprise. At the end of the day, you want and need more of that coinage to wind up in your hands than leaves them.

    Lab + Field
  • How Zinc Impacts Wheat Production

    How Zinc Impacts Wheat Production

    A field may have been tested, managed and treated to meet a wheat crop's macronutrient needs (nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium and water) but micronutrient deficiency can prevent the crop from reaching its full yield potential.

    Implement
  • Nitrogen Managers Applied Via Center-Pivot Irrigation Yields Return on Corn

    Nitrogen Managers Applied Via Center-Pivot Irrigation Yields Return on Corn

    Four years of research by the Irrigation Research Foundation confirms corn yield increases of 10 Bu./A or greater when nitrogen managers or stabilizers are applied through irrigation systems.

    Lab + Field
  • It's the Little Things: The Role of Micronutrients

    It's the Little Things: The Role of Micronutrients

    The major players are always covered in nutrient management discussions - nitrogen (N), phosphorus (P) and potassium (K).

    Emerging
  • Ask a Rep: Benefits of Fertigation

    Ask a Rep: Benefits of Fertigation

    Fertigation is the timely application of fertilizer through an irrigation system. It serves as an excellent nutrient delivery system to crops when they need it the most, such as times of rapid nutrient uptake.

    Implement
  • Sidedressing: Timing ROI with Nitrogen

    Sidedressing: Timing ROI with Nitrogen

    Farmers have a keen eye for math when it comes to the inputs and investments they make in their operation.

    Emerging
  • Soil Fertility on Every Acre

    Soil Fertility on Every Acre

    Modern farming demands science for future sustainability. Through industry-wide collaboration and scientific discovery, improving plant nutrition continues to move agriculture toward higher, healthier yields each year.

    Groundswell