It was a long winter, with conditions this spring suitable for field work perhaps being later than normal. Also, some areas of Iowa did not have the typical amount of fall anhydrous ammonia applied. Questions are already coming about options for nitrogen (N) fertilization this spring, and the usual question should time be taken to get N applied or plant corn and apply N later.
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Sawyer, John E., "Compressed Spring Workload in 2014? What are Nitrogen Application Options?" (2014). Integrated Crop Management News. 33.
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