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Understanding Urease Inhibitors

Urea is the most widely used form of N fertilizer, and can be formulated as dry granules or as a fluid, ammonium nitrate (UAN). Urea is also present in animal manures. All these forms of urea have the disadvantage of undergoing considerable losses as ammonia gas if not incorporated into soil soon after application. Factors […]

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Big Corn Concepts- Urease Inhibitors

Urea is the most widely used form of N fertilizer, and can be formulated as dry granules or as a fluid, ammonium nitrate (UAN). Urea is also present in animal manures. All these forms of urea have the disadvantage of undergoing considerable losses as ammonia gas if not incorporated into soil soon after application. Factors […]

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Keep Nitrogen Available To Nourish Plants

Just applying nitrogen doesn’t guarantee it will still be there in the most usable form when the crop needs it. Nitrogen is one of the leading yield-limiting factors for the crop.  Researchers now recommend applying only the amount of nitrogen the plant requires to fulfill its yield potential and inhibiting the loss of that nitrogen […]

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How does timing and delivery impact overall plant nutrition?

Maximizing the effective of plant nutrition is all about the four R’s. Right time. Right Rate. Right place. Right Product. Check out our latest video update to see how we are using Nourish 360 to ensure the right timing and placement for your plant nutrition. To get started on your fertility plan, or for more information […]

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How does plant nutrient uptake impact your fertility?

Research continues to give us a better understanding of how and when crops need nutrition. That knowledge presents an opportunity to modify existing nutrient management practices to allow your crops to use more of the fertilizer that is being applied. Watch our latest video update for more details. To get started on your fertility plan, or for more information about Nourish […]

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