The end-of-season cornstalk test is a new tool for evaluating nitrogen (N) management practices used in any corn field in any year. The test is most valuable when used on fields that show no visual signs of N deficiency.
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This guide will reference if your corn plant nutrient uptake is within the normal ranges for the current stage of growth.READ MORE
This memo explains how the salt index is measured and how to interpret these values when compared to common fertilizer products.READ MORE
The purpose of liming is to neutralize acid. Midwest recommendations are based on an assumption of 90% neutralizing power.READ MORE