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3-12-2014 12:00 AM

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Crop prices are decreasing after several years of good prices and public concerns about nutrient application impacts on water quality are increasing. The profitability of nutrient management can be increased and impacts on water quality can be decreased by using a variety of precision agriculture technologies.

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Dec 3rd, 12:00 AM

Using precision agriculture technologies for phosphorus, potassium, and lime management with lower grain prices and to improve water quality

Crop prices are decreasing after several years of good prices and public concerns about nutrient application impacts on water quality are increasing. The profitability of nutrient management can be increased and impacts on water quality can be decreased by using a variety of precision agriculture technologies.

 

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