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Raising high yield corn Nitrogen and Sulfur practices/apps?
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GrainTrader
Posted 6/30/2020 07:30 (#8344702)
Subject: Raising high yield corn Nitrogen and Sulfur practices/apps?



20 Miles West of Indianapolis Indiana
20 Miles West of Indianapolis Indiana I’ve asked this before a couple years back, and thought I’d ask again while I was thinking about it again.
Using just these application Practices, what would you do for high yield corn in your opinion?

Pre Options
Sprayed on 32 and ATS
Spread Dry Urea and AMS (ESN also available)
Pre Plant applied Anhydrous (with and without N serve)
*note - no planter fertilizer available

Sidedress Options
32% and ATS knifed in
Anhydrous
Early Y drops with 32 and or ATS

Late N or late Sidedress options
Y drops with 32 and or ATS
Possibly a row crop spreader with Urea and or AMS

Trying to raise 200-230+ bu corn on average if not better. For a reference in 2014 when everything was basically perfect we raised about 230 bushel corn. Our county average is around 175-180 I believe.

CEC’s in the 7-12 range

What would be your approach given these options to raise some of the best corn in the area?
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