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Harvest Update

These photos show a side by side from Ross County. The corn was planted on May 8th with a 32,000 planting population. The corn on the left was fertilized with two tons of non-traditional fertilizer in February of 2015. The corn on the right was fertilized with 150 pounds of MAP treated with EcoPhos, 200 pounds of […]

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MAP vs. DAP Considerations

Both MAP and DAP are excellent sources of phosphorus and nitrogen and have a proven, historical record of yield increases. Differences in fertilizer placement, cropping systems and soil reactions may favor one source over the other in specific locations. The following information examines the broad issues of these differences. Chemical/Manufacturing MAP is manufactured by combining […]

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We are ready to spread!

It’s time to finish up that spring fertilizer! As soon as the ground starts to dry, our rigs will be back out into the field. If you aren’t already aware, Novus Ag has fertilizer facilities in Washington Courthouse, Marysville and Marion. All three locations have a team of seasoned operators ready to do your custom […]

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