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In-furrow fertilizers for wheat

Wheat is considered a highly responsive crop to band-applied fertilizers, particularly phosphorus. Wheat plants typically show a significant increase in fall tillers and better root development with the use of starter fertilizer.

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In-furrow fertilizers for wheat

Wheat is considered a highly responsive crop to band-applied fertilizers, particularly phosphorus. Wheat plants typically show a significant increase in fall tillers and better root development with the use of starter fertilizer.

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In-furrow fertilizers for wheat

Wheat is considered a highly responsive crop to band-applied fertilizers, particularly phosphorus (P). Application of P as starter fertilizer can be an effective method for part or all the P needs. Wheat plants typically show a significant increase in fall tillers and better root development with the use of starter fertilizer (P and N).

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Starter fertilizer for corn - Nitrogen placement and rate

Starter fertilizer is typically considered as the placement of a small rate of fertilizer, usually nitrogen and phosphorus, near the seed at planting time. Producers can apply most of the nitrogen needed by corn at planting as long as the fertilizer placement provides enough soil separation between the fertilizer and the seed.

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In-furrow fertilizers for wheat

Wheat is considered a highly responsive crop to band-applied fertilizers, particularly phosphorus. The application of phosphorus as a starter fertilizer can be an effective method for part or all the phosphorus needs. Wheat plants typically show a significant increase in fall tillers and better root development with the use of starter fertilizer.

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Is there any value to starter fertilizer on soybeans?

Soybeans can remove significant amounts of nutrients per bushel of grain harvested compared to other row crops. Because of this, soybeans can respond to starter fertilizer applications on low-testing soils, particularly phosphorus.

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