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Don't miss the advantages of the Fall

Finishing out the year with fertilizer

by Dr. Rober Mullen 

The past couple of years have illustrated how a condensed spring fertilizer application season can put significant pressure on the entire fertilizer supply chain — from producer to retailer to farmer.

One of the ways to reduce the risk of a short spring season is to apply your fertilizer requirements in the fall. The questions are: what are the major benefits to applying fertilizer in the fall? And, are there agronomic differences between fall and spring application for nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium? The primary reasons for making fertilizer applications in the fall are time, labor availability and open fields.

Once crops are harvested, farmers generally have time to collect soil samples and retailers have time to communicate plans for the upcoming season. Fields tend to be relatively dry (although not every year) and available for fertilization, and tillage can be done to prepare the field for next spring’s planting.............     READ MORE HERE


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