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Nitrogen options other than anhydrous
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4th GenerationFarmer
Posted 12/7/2023 08:28 (#10513790 - in reply to #10512937)
Subject: RE: Nitrogen options other than anhydrous

NWC Ohio
So how are you applying N now? Is this going to be your first year with 15” rows?

A JD 2510H applicator set up for nh3 or liquid and run it at a small angle to the planter before planting will get you your N in the ground and distributed about as even as possible while still allowing you to no till behind it.

Anything you throw on top is subject to not be there when you need it. You could spread dry in crop, but you’ll have applicator tracks since your on 15” rows most likely. You could do drops and apply liquid in crop as well, but again still have tire tracks to possibly deal with. Each of these would get the N out later and closer to when the crop actually needs those amounts but is weather dependent. You could throw coated dry out preemerge and hope the coating doesn’t slow the soil biology’s natural N fixation and cost you that up front, as well as bushels in the end, and hope the weather patterns don’t wash it off the field as well.

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