Nitrogen Fertigation in Corn

BRIAN KRIENKE, Assistant Extension Educator, Agronomy and Horticulture, University of Nebraska–Lincoln Author
12/14/2018 Added
15 Plays

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The elevated levels of nitrate in groundwater in Nebraska are considered a direct result of Nitrogen management in corn production. Decades of research have attempted to develop methods that increase the use efficiency of applied N, while also optimizing profit for growers. A new approach to N management will be discussed that utilizes a combination of crop canopy sensors with and without the use of a crop model to aid in decision making. Results are promising.

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