Corn School: Split Applying Nitrogen for Maximum Benefit

CORN SCHOOL w BKGRNDWhat’s your nitrogen management system for maximum corn yields? Do you plan on two applications? More? How do you decide how much and when? There are several great reasons to split applications of nitrogen — it’s good risk management both to your pocketbook and the environment and a great way to capitalize on a crop with real potential.

In this Corn School episode, field editor Bernard Tobin heads to eastern Ontario to talk split-N strategies with Paul Sullivan of PT Sullivan Agro Inc. You’ll learn why split apps make sense and how to best apply N for maximum benefits and maximum efficiency.

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