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File 2013 Evaluation of in situ Soil N Mineralization Rate to Improve N Input Timing and Use for Corn
Results of a 2013 study to evaluate the dynamics of N mineralization under field conditions, and how this affects N uptake by corn fertilized with urea and manure at different N rates.
Located in Documents / AgronomyRD / Docs2013
File 2013 Evaluation of Split Nitrogen Rates and Source on Canola Grain Yield and Quality
Results of a 2013 study to evaluate fertility rate and source of N on canola grain yield and quality and to assess the effectiveness of split applied N fertilizer on canola grain yield and quality.
Located in Documents / AgronomyRD / Docs2013
File chemical/x-genbank 2013 Spring Wheat and Durum Yield Response to Rates of Nitrogen
Results from a 2013 study to evaluate wheat and durum yield response to five levels of N applied as urea.
Located in Documents / AgronomyRD / Docs2013
File Troff document 2015 The Effects of in-Furrow Application of Urea and Urea Based Slow Release Nitrogen Products on Stand Establishment and Crop Performance of Spring Wheat
A trial with spring wheat was established in Carrington which ran from 2013 to 2015. The primary goal of this trial was to test the recommendations using different N-rates and ESN:urea blending ratios.
Located in Documents / AgronomyRD / Docs2015
File 2016 Evaluating the Efficiency of Nitrogen Extenders on Urea Applied on Wet Surface for Corn
Evaluation of products for protecting urea from nitrogen losses.
Located in Documents / AgronomyRD / Docs2016
File 2015 Evaluation of Fertility Strategies Aimed at Enhancing Crop Production on a Hillside with Eroded Soil
Soil erosion is a common problem on slopes and hilltops. Top soil is often lost very quickly from those areas. In theory, increasing fertility of such fields would add more organic matter and carbon to the soil, improving soil properties in the long run. For this reason, different strategies were employed on a hilltop of a farm in Hurdsfield, ND.
Located in Documents / AgronomyRD / Docs2015
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