Posted 1/10/2019 21:47 (#7236249 - in reply to #7236128) Subject: RE: Fall NH3 vs Fall UREA
Yes, we did do the ground that Charles Hoskins runs his mules on, so it was 4 acres fenced off in a 110 acre field. So the nh3 was on the non-trampled ground and the "test" had no replications. Really not a test as much as helping a neighbor out. Replication is very important in scientific testing. If you look at our replicated test, there are strips where the nh3 beats the urea also. That's why to reliably test you must have replicated strips through a large field.