St. Paul, MN: University of Minnesota Extension Service
Newsletter or Bulletin
"This publication describes the results of 29 site-years of research on farm fields in Southern Minnesota to find the best rate of nitrogen (N) to apply for corn after soybeans. Results show that the N rate recommended by the University achieves optimum corn yield and may be greater than needed for maximum profitability in many fields."(p.3)
Randall, G., Schmitt, M., Strock, J., Lamb, J. 2003. Validating N Rates for Corn on Farm Fields in Southern Minnesota. University of Minnesota Extension Service Bulletin BU-07936-S.
11 pages. Illustrated. Includes bibliographical references. Subtitle on cover: "Recommendations to optimize profits and protect water quality."
University of Minnesota Extension Service; University of Minnesota College of Agricultural, Food and Environmental Sciences.
Randall, Gyles; Schmitt, Michael; Strock, Jeffrey; Lamb, John.
Validating N Rates for Corn on Farm Fields in Southern Minnesota.
St. Paul, MN: University of Minnesota Extension Service.
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