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Assess your risk for fertilizer N loss and manage N application decisions with late planting

Concerns are being raised about the potential loss of nitrogen in wet fields.

Source: University of Minnesota Extension

By Brad Carlson, Extension educator

Continued wet weather and increasing temperatures in southern Minnesota are raising concerns about potential nitrogen fertilizer loss. Extension Educator Brad Carlson discusses how the risks of nitrogen loss differ with fall vs. spring applications, weather conditions and sources in the new video, Spring 2018 nitrogen concerns.

Additional resources can be found on the University of Minnesota Nutrient management website and the Extension Crops website..

Originally posted by the University of Minnesota Extension. 

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