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Posted 2/21/2021 11:28 (#8848515 - in reply to #8848447)
Subject: RE: increasing kernel size in corn


WC Mn/Dakotas
doathlon - 2/21/2021 10:56

Cz550 - 2/20/2021 22:28

How do we keep the phos available so late in the season ?


Spread your dry in the spring.


That is the worst thing you could do unless you are able to work it down 2-4" or so. Banded and placed 4-6" would be best as that is where more roots are and more consistent moisture and temperature to keep P cycling faster. Like moisture management, having better early root development leads to better late season stability. This is where liquid P infurrow is where it starts, but then you also have to finish and that is where deep banded and soil health come in.
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