АПК в 2016 году: спецрежим и не только
  • Corn hybrid choice paired with management zones can boost yield

    After watching research on multi-hybrid corn planting for several years, Jim Case decided the time was right in 2015 to replace his 11-year-old planter and begin to take advantage of extra yield potential with a new planter. Although an unusually wet spring led to less-than-ideal-growing conditions on his Delaware, Ohio, farm, Case says the new […]

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  • Researchers On Long Push For Cover Crops

    Researchers with the University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture have been spreading the gospel of cover crops for more than three years now — and they aren’t about to give up anytime soon. Trent Roberts, assistant professor of crop, soil and environmental science for the University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture, spoke to […]

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  • 12 Facts & Tips from the 2016 National No-Tillage Conference

    One percent of organic matter contains 1,000 pounds of nitrogen (N), 220 pounds of phosphate, 140 pounds of sulfur and all other nutrients. Rapeseed is inexpensive, has a good root structure and emerges quickly. In Ohio, 240 water samples taken after a gypsum application have shown more than a 50% reduction in soluble phosphorus (P) […]

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  • No-till nitrogen

    As nitrogen prices run wild, it’s more important than ever for farmers to corral the product after it’s applied. That’s especially true in no-till, where volatilization losses of commonly used urea and UAN liquid nitrogen applied on the surface can reach 15% to 20% under some conditions. Sterling, Kansas, no-till farmer Jon Oden thinks he’s […]

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АПК в 2016 году: спецрежим и не только
  • Corn hybrid choice paired with management zones can boost yield

    After watching research on multi-hybrid corn planting for several years, Jim Case decided the time was right in 2015 to replace his 11-year-old planter and begin to take advantage of extra yield potential with a new planter. Although an unusually wet spring led to less-than-ideal-growing conditions on his Delaware, Ohio, farm, Case says the new […]

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  • Researchers On Long Push For Cover Crops

    Researchers with the University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture have been spreading the gospel of cover crops for more than three years now — and they aren’t about to give up anytime soon. Trent Roberts, assistant professor of crop, soil and environmental science for the University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture, spoke to […]

    More
  • 12 Facts & Tips from the 2016 National No-Tillage Conference

    One percent of organic matter contains 1,000 pounds of nitrogen (N), 220 pounds of phosphate, 140 pounds of sulfur and all other nutrients. Rapeseed is inexpensive, has a good root structure and emerges quickly. In Ohio, 240 water samples taken after a gypsum application have shown more than a 50% reduction in soluble phosphorus (P) […]

    More
  • No-till nitrogen

    As nitrogen prices run wild, it’s more important than ever for farmers to corral the product after it’s applied. That’s especially true in no-till, where volatilization losses of commonly used urea and UAN liquid nitrogen applied on the surface can reach 15% to 20% under some conditions. Sterling, Kansas, no-till farmer Jon Oden thinks he’s […]

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  • Corn hybrid choice paired with management zones can boost yield

    After watching research on multi-hybrid corn planting for several years, Jim Case decided the time was right in 2015 to replace his 11-year-old planter and begin to take advantage of extra yield potential with a new planter. Although an unusually wet spring led to less-than-ideal-growing conditions on his Delaware, Ohio, farm, Case says the new […]

  • Researchers On Long Push For Cover Crops

    Researchers with the University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture have been spreading the gospel of cover crops for more than three years now — and they aren’t about to give up anytime soon. Trent Roberts, assistant professor of crop, soil and environmental science for the University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture, spoke to […]

  • 12 Facts & Tips from the 2016 National No-Tillage Conference

    One percent of organic matter contains 1,000 pounds of nitrogen (N), 220 pounds of phosphate, 140 pounds of sulfur and all other nutrients. Rapeseed is inexpensive, has a good root structure and emerges quickly. In Ohio, 240 water samples taken after a gypsum application have shown more than a 50% reduction in soluble phosphorus (P) […]

  • No-till nitrogen

    As nitrogen prices run wild, it’s more important than ever for farmers to corral the product after it’s applied. That’s especially true in no-till, where volatilization losses of commonly used urea and UAN liquid nitrogen applied on the surface can reach 15% to 20% under some conditions. Sterling, Kansas, no-till farmer Jon Oden thinks he’s […]

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