K-State 2023 Fertilizer Research Report is now available online

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The Kansas Agricultural Experiment Station fertilizer reports include preliminary results of research conducted on fertilizer use and management practices for crops in Kansas. These studies are conducted across the state, varying from year to year. In this report, research was conducted in Barton, Brown, Clay, Dickinson, Ellis, Franklin, Gove, Jefferson, Jewell, Logan, McPherson, Mitchell, Reno, Republic, Riley, Saline, and Shawnee counties. The research reports included in the 2023 issue are listed below.

  • Nitrogen and Phosphorus Rates’ Impact on Different Varieties of Alfalfa in Central Kansas
  • Assessing the Impact of the 4R Nutrient Management on Nitrogen Use Efficiency in Corn
  • Evaluating the Impact of Long-Term Phosphorus Placement on Corn and Soybean Rotation under Minimum Tillage System
  • Could the Use of Nitrification Inhibitor Optimize the Nitrogen Use Efficiency of Corn Production?
  • Corn and Soybean Yield as Affected by Cover Crop and Phosphorus Fertilizer Management
  • Evaluation of Plant Tissue Analysis to Assess Phosphorus Nutritional Status for Corn and Soybean
  • Chloride Fertilization’s Impacts on Kansas Winter Wheat Grain Yield During 2021-2022
  • Field Evaluations of Nitrogen-Fixing Products in Grain Sorghum
  • Assessing Corn Response to Cover Crops and Nitrogen Fertilization in a No-Till, Three-Year Rotation in Northeast Kansas
  • 2022 Fertilizer Station Weather Report

To access the Fertilizer Research Report for 2023, you can scan the QR code below with a cell phone or tablet or by using this link: https://newprairiepress.org/kaesrr/vol9/iss8/


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Interested in the historical reports? You can access past years here: https://www.agronomy.k-state.edu/outreach-and-services/kaes-research-reports/fertilizer.html

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