Pulse School: Nodulation No-Show? Tips for a Rescue N App

Early nodulation evaluation on peas

Early nodulation evaluation on peas

Ensuring adequate nodulation starts with choosing the correct inoculant, keeping it alive prior to seeding and getting good coverage or placement.

But what happens if, for any number of reasons, your pulse crop ends up with less than great nodules? What if you’ve got nodules that never pink up or seem to die off?

In this Pulse School, Ken Coles, with Farming Smarter at Lethbridge, Alta., runs through all the reasons that nodulation may fail, when a rescue application can work and the two strategies for minimizing nitrogen losses if you decide to pull the trigger on an N application.


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