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Concepts and Rationale for Regional Nitrogen Rate Guidelines for Corn

John Sawyer

This publication focuses on rates of nitrogen application in rain-fed conditions, and corn-soybean and corn-corn rotations. The information is designed primarily for agronomists and crop consultants, and includes specific scientific rationale for corn nitrogen use and a regional approach to nitrogen rate guidelines.

Pages / Length: 28
Publication Date: 04/2006
Available Inventory: 1266

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