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LATE-VEGETATIVE CORN STAGE SOIL SAMPLING FOR NITRATE-N
John Sawyer, Professor, Department of Agronomy, Iowa State
June 28, 2016
Interest in monitoring and applying nitrogen (N) to corn at mid- to late-vegetative growth stages has gained interest in recent years due to wet spring conditions and equipment available to move through tall corn. Also, some farmers and crop advisers have been monitoring soil nitrate-N concentrations throughout the growing season. The question that has come up is what do soil nitrate-N concentrations mean when sampled at mid- to late-vegetative growth stages? Read on.
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