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3-12-2014 12:00 AM

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Yearly nitrogen (N) input is typically required for optimal corn yields in the majority of Iowa crop rotations. The exception would be first-year corn following established alfalfa where none to only a small N input is typically needed. If not fertilized with N over time, corn yield will be very limited as the soils ability to supply plantavailable N becomes depleted.

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Dec 3rd, 12:00 AM

Corn nitrogen rate management: Facts, concepts, and Mother Nature

Yearly nitrogen (N) input is typically required for optimal corn yields in the majority of Iowa crop rotations. The exception would be first-year corn following established alfalfa where none to only a small N input is typically needed. If not fertilized with N over time, corn yield will be very limited as the soils ability to supply plantavailable N becomes depleted.

 

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