Gaining a deeper knowledge of what happens to fall-applied nitrogen over the winter and into spring can make you better prepared to make the best nitrogen management decisions year-round. Here are three takeaways to know about fall-applied nitrogen as it hibernates over the winter.
A new species of N-fixing bacteria, Bradyrhizobium elkanii, is being introduced to the market that is an improvement over the regularly used B. japonicum and can provide extra yield even when used in combination with it.
When it comes to nitrogen application, adhering to best practices can make the difference between a boosted 2020 yield and loss of this valuable input. As you approach fall applications on your customers’ fields, now is a good time to review best practices to maximize nitrogen-related success.
With unpredictable spring weather, protecting your nitrogen investment is critical to your overall yield potential. Environmental factors such as soil moisture, temperature, pH and compaction can all play a role in nitrogen loss. READ MORE
NBPT has been the leading urease-inhibitor active ingredient for above-ground nitrogen stabilization since its creation. And while the efficacy of NBPT cannot be disputed, the researchers and developers at Koch Agronomic Services (KAS) are proving that even if it ain’t broke, you can still make improvements. Read More