The Illinois Nutrient Loss Reduction Strategy demands nitrogen loss reduction from farm ground in Illinois. Now’s the time to think about what strategy to implement on your farms this year as harvest is wrapping up and the opportunity to apply Fall nitrogen is coming soon. One of the standard, widely accepted best management practices for fall N application is to wait to apply based on the four-inch soil depth temperature being sustained at 50 degrees or lower. We also know that Fall N should be applied with an appropriate stabilizer like N-Serve. But how can you further refine that decision? IL Corn has a way for you to consider. Listen to this audio update to learn more.
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