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Raising high yield corn Nitrogen and Sulfur practices/apps?
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KFarms89
Posted 6/30/2020 14:21 (#8345578 - in reply to #8344702)
Subject: RE: Raising high yield corn Nitrogen and Sulfur practices/apps?


Prairie Home MO
I would put down 150 lbs of N via nh3. It’s stable and a deluge of rain right after application won’t wash half of it away. Then I would sidedress according to yield goal, weather, crop condition, etc. Rule of thumb I go by is 1 lb of n per bushel goal and Sulfur is 10% of total applied n. Definitely put some form of sulfur in the sidedress. I can only top dress because of contour and field shape so I run a nitrate ams blend. Y drops look like the way to go but just aren’t an option for me.



Edited by KFarms89 6/30/2020 14:26
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