Corn Yield Potential Highest When Coming out of the Bag

When you consider corn yield potential, it’s at its highest when it’s coming out of the bag and going into the ground, says Erick Larson, Mississippi State University Extension small grains agronomist. “The difference between corn and other crops is that corn has much less compensation ability than some of the other row crops,” said […]

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A Weekly Review of the Crop Nutrients Market

NH3 – There has been little activity this week with NH3 prepay sales and purchasing. UREA – NOLA physicals and inland values moved up quickly this week. UAN – supply is still snug due to lack of import activity and the large wheat run upon us in Kansas and Oklahoma.  PHOSPHATE – values continued to gain […]

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Fertilizer Market Update

FERT FOCUS – A WEEKLY REVIEW OF THE CROP NUTRIENTS MARKET. December 6, 2013 NH3 –Fall NH3 application has come to an end across most regions as sub-zero temperatures and snow move in. –Spring NH3 price indications are expected to be released early next week. –NH3 supply looks to be long, both domestically and internationally. […]

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Tips For Winterizing Your Sprayer

If you haven’t yet prepared your sprayer for a winter break and protection from the elements, it’s not too late! Here are a few tips to consider as you store your sprayer until next spring: -Check for any spray mix residue and rinse the whole system, including hoses, filters, nozzles and tanks using a rinsing […]

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Fertilizer Market Update

A WEEKLY REVIEW OF THE CROP NUTRIENTS MARKET November 15, 2013 NH3 • NH3 application has started in all areas and we are seeing increased demand daily. • Producers are indicating higher values for spring PPY NH3 when compared to Q4 values. • International supply is flat; no major shutdowns are anticipated. • NH3 trucks […]

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