Spring time could be fieldwork crunch time
Iowa farmers could face a time crunch this spring because the late harvest meant very little fertilizer was applied to fields.
“Dry P and K went a little better than NH3, but there is still a fair amount of dry to spread,” said Clarke McGrath, Iowa State University (ISU)’s Iowa Soybean Research Center on-farm research and extension coordinator.
“When it comes to NH3, it was a brutal fall,” he added. “Some of the folks in the supply chain are saying it was the worst ...
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