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How do you keep fall-applied nitrogen accessible at peak demand in April?
Cat Salois has the answer with Washington Ag Network
“In theory, we can do top dressing in the spring, we can do stream applications, we can spoon feed that crop throughout the season, which is a very common practice in the Mid-West. The biggest caveat there is the Mid-West has in-season rain to incorporate that nitrogen into the root zone in a pretty effective manner in the spring. In the Pacific Northwest, with our counter season rains, we don’t get reliable spring incorporation for those nitrogen demands.”
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ProLong N Stabilizer
A nitrogen stabilizer for use with 32% UAN or 20% Liquid Urea; contains 2 MOA's in one product; promotes more available nitrogen for your crops, and more bushels in the bin.
N-Serve N Stabilizer
A nitrogen stabilizer for use with anhydrous ammonia NH3; maximizes nitrogen availability in the root zone by inhibiting nitrification.
Posted in Research; Posted October 15, 2019 by Cat Salois
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