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doathlon
Posted 2/11/2019 11:27 (#7313403)
Subject: Sulfur in corn?


I’ve used equivalent of 15 pounds of sulfur (thiosulfate) per acre for the last four years but thinking about pulling it out. Many studies are having a hard time showing any yield benefit. I’ve primarily used it as a poor man’s nitrogen inhibitor when putting on 32% . Should I pull it out this year to save the bucks or keep it in? Thoughts? My soil test are 20 ppm which is perfect.

Edited by doathlon 2/11/2019 11:28
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