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What is the best way to get P and K into notill ground?
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Millhouse
Posted 4/8/2021 17:17 (#8940353 - in reply to #8940323)
Subject: RE: What is the best way to get P and K into notill ground?


South-central Nebraska
doathlon - 4/8/2021 17:01

nebfarmer - 4/8/2021 06:35

doathlon - 4/7/2021 12:59 Broadcast it in March. That's what everyone in eastern Nebraska that practices no till has done for 30 years.

Not quite, I and a lot of my customers want to be as close to the combine as we can get. Definitely want it on in front of the NH3.  I grid sample every 4 years and am thinking about going to every 3.



I'm seeing less guys out it on in the fall or winter after 2019 around here. There is a lot of new data regarding delayed P application that's linked to increased kernal size and test weight. We see it on the farm and I think others do as well. It's certainly moving to a more spring time application where 10 years ago it was mainly done after harvest


What does spring time gain? I don’t know why kernel size and test weight would be affected by the timing. Id be more worried about soil conditions/compaction the closer to spring. I like it spread as close to right after harvest or by January.

Edited by Millhouse 4/8/2021 18:06
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