Posted 2/11/2019 11:25 (#7313399 - in reply to #7313170) Subject: RE: Sulfur Question
Im so sorry! Lol
I think it starts with the fertility plan the year before, how it was executed, and how the world treated you. I see overly agressive (or incomplete, unbalanced) corn plans not pan out and carry over N, which translates into excess early bean growth with reduced effective nodulation, increased idc, increased weed pressure, and ultimately poorer final yields with higher costs all around. Fertilizing extra in front of corn "for beans" only makes this worse. If it doesnt make it yield less, then its costing the grower more interest for an extra year before you get a return.
As much as fertility is important, proper population is even more important.