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Spotting Phosphorous Deficiency

Almost every season we see fields of young purple corn in the springs, this purpling can often an early season Phosphorus (P) deficiency caused by cool weather. However, it is always a good reminder of P management. Managing Phosphorus can be difficult due to its high affinity for fixation with soil particles. 80 to 90% […]

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Phosphorus Basics

Almost every season we see fields of young purple corn in the spring.  This purpling can often an early season Phosphorus (P) deficiency caused by cool weather. However, it is always a good reminder of P management. Phosphorus management can be difficult to manage due to its high affinity for fixation with soil particles. 80 to […]

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Make sure you get to use all the phosphate you paid for!

It’s time for fall fertilizer application. As you make your fertility plan be sure to consider protecting the investment you have made in your dry fertilizer. Novus Ag is proud to offer EcoPhos, a unique polymer that reduces phosphate and nutrient fixation within the soil. Application is simple as Novus Ag will directly treat your […]

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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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