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.
Anhydrous ammonia is the preferred source of nitrogen for fall applications; however, anhydrous is a challenging product to work with given safety concerns and special equipment needs. For safe, efficient and successful anhydrous applications this fall, follow these preparedness steps.
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.