Several farmers have been applying nitrogen to corn recently after plants showed signs of nitrogen deficiency, but University of Wisconsin corn specialist Joe Lauer says the real problem might be the lack of moisture and fertilizing too late could be a waste of... Read More.
A University of Wisconsin corn researcher says growers might not get a return on investment for applying nitrogen this late in the season. Joe Lauer tells Brownfield the signs of nitrogen deficiency do not necessarily mean applying more is a good idea. ... Read More.
An agriculture economist says the price of nitrogen fertilizer has stabilized, but it’s still high. Gary Schnitkey with the University of Illinois tells Brownfield all three major forms of nitrogen matched their prices at the beginning of the 2023 purchasing season but dipped a... Read More.