I attempted preplant anhydrous on standing corn stalks for the first time the other day. After a little trial and error I ended up going between last years corn stalks. Normally I go at angle on bean stubble. I intend to work with vertical tillage. Should I be worried about planting with the rows? My GPS isn’t precise enough to miss both last years rows and the anhydrous.
Other options would be to plant at an angle or planting perpendicular to old rows. Not excited about all the point rows that would come with planting at an angle and logistically I could plant the other way.
Which option should I go with? Does planting perpendicular to anhydrous application still use the nitrogen efficiently?
I would like to plant within 5 days of application but willing to wait it out if I have to.