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blackstripe
Posted 1/10/2019 22:19 (#7236331)
Subject: Nitrogen application options



southern mn
Ok so this is going to be a loaded question but would just like to get some different ideas to think about. Currently hire the coop to put anhydrous on in the fall and then in the spring I apply 10gpa 32% with my sprayer behind the planter. Total N is 200lbs/acre. If I wanted to get away from fall anhydrous and getting set up to apply all N myself in season what are some things to look at? I'm a real small farmer so getting it on shouldn't be a problem as long as weather cooperates and I can get alittle window to operate.

I own my own sprayer otherwise any means of applying more I would have to purchase. I can up my gallons that I spray on behind the planter and then was thinking of getting a pull type sidedress rig. I see some of them selling reasonably these days. Or outfit my sprayer with y drops?? I'm not sure if I want to go that route or not. What else should I be thinking about?
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