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Possible Potassium burn from last year
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Posted 2/1/2019 14:05 (#7290468)
Subject: Possible Potassium burn from last year

I variably applied 10-34-0 and 0-0-14 last year ahead of corn planting with my strip tiller. Its a Krause Gladiator that I had set to deposit the liquid fertilizer ~5 inches below soil surface, thus 3 inches below seed. I unhooked from strip tiller and started planting. On my sandiest areas of the field I applied 47-53 gal/ac of 0-0-14. These same areas seemed to be stunted and suffering all season from burnt roots. All my nitrogen went on throughout the season as 32-0-0 through our pivot. I know its to late to change 18, but was wondering if my K levels were to high and kept my roots stressed all summer.
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