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Published on August 19, 2019
Handheld crop sensors such as the GreenSeeker can be used to estimate in-season nitrogen needs in corn.
Published on May 15, 2019
How variable nitrogen application through the use of nitrogen sensing technology is helping farmers to minimize nitrogen losses and reduce costs.
Published on May 10, 2019
Integrating crop-sensing technology in your nutrient management program is an effective way to feed your corn crop on the go.
Published on April 15, 2019
Michigan State University Extension is seeking cooperating farmers in sampling 85-100 corn fields throughout Michigan looking at end of season cornstalk nitrogen and soil health characteristics in 2019-2021.
Published on April 4, 2019
Optimal nitrogen rates are not closely related to grain yield.
Published on March 1, 2019
A three-year nitrogen application rate study shows little difference between 165, 205 and 245 pounds of nitrogen applied pre-plant incorporated as anhydrous ammonia.
Published on January 17, 2019
Preliminary studies indicate that the green NDVI was more responsive in differentiating nitrogen rates in corn compared to the red NDVI.
Corn yield response to multiple nitrogen fertilizer application rates at V9 stage in southeast Michigan
Published on December 28, 2018
No significant yield difference was observed across all late-season nitrogen rates. The greatest return to nitrogen and lowest nitrogen use efficiency was obtained with a single nitrogen application of 70 pounds applied pre-plant with anhydrous ammonia.
Published on November 28, 2018
Significant increases in corn yield and end-of-season stalk nitrate-nitrogen were evident in response to nitrogen fertilizer rates.
Published on August 30, 2018
Research is seeking to improve corn nitrogen recommendations on a field-by-field basis.
Published on July 26, 2018
Drone-supported spectral reflectance measurements offer a potential tool for corn nitrogen management in the future.