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Don't forget about your soybeans this fall in your fertility program. Phosphorus is the main nutrient to keep and eye on with soybeans in our area. One bushel of soybeans will remove 0.75 lbs of P2O5. So 40 bushel soybeans will need about 60 lbs of 11-52-0 to replace what has been removed. Keep in mind we need to put out extra P besides
Now is a good time to be talking with your sales agronomist about Soil Sampling. Whether its MZB sampling or Geo-reference sampling, this fall is a great time to get soil sampling out of the way for spring application. Soil Sampling is also a great way to plan your inputs for next spring and is probably the
Baling corn stalks after harvest can provide livestock feed and bedding, but the value of the nutrients in the corn stalks that are removed should be considered. On average, 150 bushel corn will have around 3.5 tons of dry matter per acre. This corn stover will contain 20 lbs of Nitrogen per ton, 7 lbs of Phoshate per ton, and 33
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