Progress, current and future challenges were highlighted in the Illinois Nutrient Loss Reduction Strategy biennial report. Details of the report were unveiled during the NLRS Partnership Conference.
Minnesota agronomist Amy Robak describes budding carbon markets as the wild west. And she’s not the only one who sees it that way.
The way Paul Taylor looks at it, using cover crops is a lot like walking.
Nitrogen provides the fuel to feed the corn plant’s engine and meeting that need efficiently is at the forefront, particularly this year with price spikes and supply concerns.
High fertilizer prices, supply shortages and the weather converged this fall as farmers turn their focus toward nutrient management plans for the 2022 crop.
The Illinois Nutrient Research and Education Council offers recommendations for best management practices based upon nine years of NREC-funded research. The research was conducted — and will continue to be conducted — on actual farmers’ tile-drained fields.
Multiyear field trials in Douglas County were conducted to find answers to the complexities of nitrogen management in tile-drained fields.
Which one deserves special treatment? And if so, what should that special treatment look like? Those questions, on a corn field level, were among the questions that a corn hybrid nitrogen study sought to answer at the Bayer Crop Science Learning Center at Monmouth.
Certified Grower Training for handling anhydrous ammonia is now available on the Illinois Department of Agriculture website.