Episode 51: Annual Fall Fertilizer Outlook

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Episode 51: Annual Fall Fertilizer Outlook

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2022-07-27

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This episode of the Nutrient Management Podcast is our annual fall fertilizer outlook. What is the current status of fertilizer prices and availability in Minnesota? What should growers be thinking about heading into fall? Should more growers consider inhibitors and biological products that aim to increase fertilizer efficiency? Guests: Daniel Kaiser, Extension nutrient management specialist (St. Paul); Jeff Vetch, Extension nutrient management researcher (Waseca); Fabian Fernandez, Extension nutrient management specialist (St. Paul); Brad Carlson, Extension educator (Mankato); Lindsay Pease, Extension nutrient and water management specialist (Crookston). Additional Resources: Most Fertilizer Prices Press Lower With Nitrogen Taking the Lead; Video: Fall vs. spring urea in Minnesota. For the latest nutrient management information, subscribe to the Nutrient Management Podcast wherever you listen and never miss an episode! And don't forget to subscribe to the Minnesota Crop News daily or weekly email newsletter, subscribe to our YouTube channel, like UMN Extension Nutrient Management on Facebook, follow us on Twitter, and visit our website. Support for the Nutrient Management Podcast is provided by Minnesota's fertilizer tonnage fee through the Agricultural Fertilizer Research & Education Council (AFREC). Learn more at MNsoilfertility.com

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McDivitt, Paul; Kaiser, Daniel; Fernandez, Fabian; Vetsch, Jeff; Carlson, Brad; Pease, Lindsay. (2022). Episode 51: Annual Fall Fertilizer Outlook. Retrieved from the University Digital Conservancy, https://hdl.handle.net/11299/259124.

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