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Jeff@JR Production
Posted 4/6/2021 23:27 (#8937343 - in reply to #8937319)
Subject: RE: Applying fertilizer with planter


Chatfield/St Charles, MN fertility based on ENERGY
We have used dry for over a decade, we apply dry on one side 2x2x4, infurrow, and looking at adding a liquid coulter again to feed the crop as a U-trough. We run all organic so we are a little different in our materials.

150 lbs. per acre soft rock with humates (0-2-0-18ca
150 lbs. per acre chilean Nitrate (16-0-3)
75 lbs. per acre Sulfate of potash (0-0-50-18s)
Trace element package mixed with humates (first year and not sure the lbs. or analysis)

We use a 8-0-0 N-force infurrow. 10 gallons per acre

We are trying an old process I developed with a out of the box thinker and trying to react atmospheric N. I'm still gong to apply chlean at 50 lbs. per acre when corn is knee high but figured this reactor would be used with buffalo cultivator.

If I would run conventional with planter
75 lbs. MAP (11-52-0)
75 lbs. MOP (0-0-60)
100 lbs. AMS (21-0-0-24s)
50 lbs. Urea (46-0-0)

300 lbs. per ace


ton mix
500 lbs. MAP
500 lbs. MOP
665 lbs. AMS
335 lbs. Urea

2000 lb. mix

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