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No. 2Starter Phosphorus and Potassium for Cold SoilsDr. Adrian M. Johnston
No. 2Phosphorus Uptake and Mycorrhizae - Partners in Plant NutritionDr. Adrian M. Johnston
No. 2Phosphorus and Potassium Management of Forage CropsDr. Adrian M. Johnston
No. 2Making the Most of Manure ApplicationsDr. Adrian M. Johnston
No. 2Soil Variability and Interpreting Soil Test Phosphorus and Potassium LevelsDr. Adrian M. Johnston
No. 2FLOODED SOILS AND NUTRIENT AVAILABILITYDr. Adrian M. Johnston
No. 2MAKING THE MOST OF YOUR FALL SOIL SAMPLINGDr. Adrian M. Johnston
No. 2MAKING THE MOST OF PLANT TISSUE ANALYSISDr. Adrian M. Johnston
No. 2MAXIMIZING RETURNS WITH BALANCED NUTRITIONDr. Adrian M. Johnston
No. 2IDENTIFYING PHOSPHORUS AND POTASSIUM DEFICIENCIES IN CEREAL AND FORAGE CROPSDr. Adrian M. Johnston
No. 2OPTIMIZING PLANT NUTRITION TO MINIMIZE CROP STRESSDr. Adrian M. Johnston
No. 2USING THE TOOLS OF THE TRADE FOR NUTRIENT MANAGEMENT PLANNINGDr. Adrian M. Johnston
No. 2ONLY PROPER SOIL TESTING FOR PHOSPHORUS AND POTASSIUM HAS VALUEDr. Adrian M. Johnston
No. 2WHY ALL THE FUSS OVER MANURE NUTRIENTS?Dr. Adrian M. Johnston
No. 2IN-SEASON NUTRIENT APPLICATIONSDr. Adrian M. Johnston
No. 2MAKING THE MOST OF YOUR FALL SOIL SAMPLEDr. Adrian M. Johnston
No. 2TIME TO BALANCE YOUR NUTRIENT ACCOUNTDr. Adrian M. Johnston
No. 2FERTILIZER PHOSPHORUS FORMSDr. Adrian M. Johnston
No. 2CROP DEFICIENCY SYMPTOMS – CAN YOU READ THE SIGNS?Dr. Adrian M. Johnston
No. 2CROP NUTRIENT REMOVAL AND FERTILIZER USE IN THE NORTHERN GREAT PLAINSDr. Adrian M. Johnston
No. 2TIME FOR YOUR ANNUAL SOIL CHECK-UPDr. Adrian M. Johnston
No. 2MAKING SENSE OF SOIL TEST PHOSPHORUS AND SOIL BUFFER POWERDr. Adrian M. Johnston
No. 2PHOSPHORUS MOVEMENT IN SOILS – IS IT A PROBLEM?Dr. Adrian M. Johnston
No. 2POTASH RESPONSE ON SOILS TESTING HIGH IN POTASSIUMDr. Adrian M. Johnston
No. 2MANAGING MANURE NUTRIENTSDr. Adrian M. Johnston
No. 2ROLE OF POTASSIUM IN CROP ESTABLISHMENTDr. Adrian M. Johnston
No. 2POTASSIUM IN PULSE CROPSDr. Adrian M. Johnston
No. 2FERTILIZING CROPS…NOT WEEDSDr. Adrian M. Johnston
No. 2PHOSPHORUS PLACEMENT FOR FORAGESDr. Adrian M. Johnston
No. 3MEY is Always in FashionDr. Albert E. Ludwick
No. 3Potassium Has Come into Its Own in the WestDr. Albert E. Ludwick
No. 2We Won't Know if We Don't AskDr. Albert E. Ludwick
No. 2Watching for Nutrient Stress...Any StressDr. Albert E. Ludwick
No. 2Protect Yourself against Low Crop PricesDr. Albert E. Ludwick
No. 3Don't Turn Your Back on BiotechnologyDr. Albert E. Ludwick
No. 2Potassium Does It AllDr. Albert E. Ludwick
No. 2Phosphorus Fixation-The Good and Bad of ItDr. Albert E. Ludwick
No. 1Soil Tests Must Be Calibrated for 1998 Yield LevelsDr. Albert E. Ludwick
No. 1Invest in Higher YieldsDr. Albert E. Ludwick
No. 2Old Concepts Die HardDr. Albert E. Ludwick
No. 2Fertilize before Nutrient Deficiency Occurs, Not afterwardDr. Albert E. Ludwick
No. 4Fertilizing after the Floods...Or Just a Wet YearDr. Albert E. Ludwick
No. 8Phosphorus Doesn't Move in Soil...Very MuchDr. Albert E. Ludwick
No. 2The Price Is Right for Higher YieldsDr. Albert E. Ludwick
No. 3Phosphorus Doesn't Move in Soil...Or Does It?Dr. Albert E. Ludwick
No. 5Fertilize before Nutrient Deficiency Occurs, Not afterDr. Albert E. Ludwick
No. 2Knowledge is Never a BurdenDr. Albert E. Ludwick
No. 3A New Definition of QualityDr. Albert E. Ludwick
No. 3Six Billion and ClimbingDr. Albert E. Ludwick
No. 3TAKE THE LONG VIEW WITH NUTRIENT REMOVALDr. Albert E. Ludwick
No. 3HOLISTIC PEST CONTROL…WITH POTASSIUMDr. Albert E. Ludwick
No. 3THE HILLS AND VALLEYS OF PHOSPHORUS FIXATIONDr. Albert E. Ludwick
No. 3THE SHORT STAVE CAN BE COSTLYDr. Albert E. Ludwick
No. 3HIGH YIELDS ARE IMPORTANT IN ALL ECONOMIESDr. Albert E. Ludwick
No. 6LAPPING IN THE MIDDLEs?Dr. Cliff S. Snyder
No. 6Preventing Soil Fertility Problems in 2000...and BeyondDr. Cliff S. Snyder
No. 6Risk Reduction with Balanced FertilizationDr. Cliff S. Snyder
No. 5Phosphorus and Potassium for Doublecropped Soybeans and Wheat - Have you Provided Enough for Both Crops?Dr. Cliff S. Snyder
No. 6Improve Water Quality with Best Management Practices for NutrientsDr. Cliff S. Snyder
No. 6Don't Overlook Compaction as a Yield RobberDr. Cliff S. Snyder
No. 6Nutrient Management Plans Expose Fertilization OpportunitiesDr. Cliff S. Snyder
No. 6Phosphorus and Potassium Improve Nitrogen-Use EfficiencyDr. Cliff S. Snyder
No. 6Intelligent Soil Sampling Needed...Whether by GPS or "Dead Reckoning"Dr. Cliff S. Snyder
No. 2Potassium Uptake Demand by Corn is Greater than Uptake Demand by CottonDr. Cliff S. Snyder
No. 6Plant Tissue Analysis: Check Your Crop's NutritionDr. Cliff S. Snyder
No. 6Potassium Inceases Forage Yields, Quality, and Stand PersistenceDr. Cliff S. Snyder
No. 5Consider Phosphorus Needs Following Flooded Soil ConditionsDr. Cliff S. Snyder
No. 8Fertilize for the Most Demanding Crop in Your RotationDr. Cliff S. Snyder
No. 1Molybdenum Seed Treatment and Rhizobium Innoculation Enhance Soybean Response to Phosphorus and PotassiumDr. Cliff S. Snyder
No. 4Molybdenum Seed Treatment for Soybeans Enhances Response to Phosphorus and PotassiumDr. Cliff S. Snyder
No. 2Hay and Silage Harvests Remove Large Amounts of PotassiumDr. Cliff S. Snyder
No. 6It's Not too Late to Apply Phosphorus for Soft Red Winter Wheat on Poorly-Drained SoilsDr. Cliff S. Snyder
No. 7Rice Responds to Phosphorus and PotassiumDr. Cliff S. Snyder
No. 6How Much Fertilizer Does It Take to Raise Soil Test Levels?Dr. Cliff S. Snyder
No. 3Understanding Soil pH and Applying AglimeDr. Cliff S. Snyder
No. 6POINTERS FOR IMPROVED PHOSPHORUS MANAGEMENTDr. Cliff S. Snyder
No. 6Do We Really Know the Yield Potential of New Cultivars?Dr. Cliff S. Snyder
No. 6PLANT TISSUE ANALYSIS TELLS THE TALEDr. Cliff S. Snyder
No. 6SIMPLE SUGGESTIONS FOR SUCCESS IN SOIL SAMPLINGDr. Cliff S. Snyder
No. 6DOUBLECROPPING DEMANDS–DO YOU KNOW WHAT IT TAKES?Dr. Cliff S. Snyder
No. 6FERTILIZE FORAGE GRASSES FOR GRAZING AND HAY DEMANDSDr. Cliff S. Snyder
No. 5PREVENT PREMATURE COTTON CUTOUT WITH POTASSIUMDr. Cliff S. Snyder
No. 5FORAGE AND HAY—POTASSIUM PAVES THE WAYDr. Cliff S. Snyder
No. 6DODGING DROUGHT DAMAGE…WITH POTASSIUM?Dr. Cliff S. Snyder
No. 6LIME…IS IT TIME?Dr. Cliff S. Snyder
No. 6HAVE YOU SEEN THE NEED?Dr. Cliff S. Snyder
No. 6FALL-APPLIED PHOSPHORUS.WILL IT BE THERE IN THE SPRING?Dr. Cliff S. Snyder
No. 5LEAF SPOTS AND THE POTASSIUM LINKDr. Cliff S. Snyder
No. 5THE BIG HAUL-OFFDr. Cliff S. Snyder
No. 5TIPS FOR KEEPING PHOSPHORUS IN THE FIELDDr. Cliff S. Snyder
No. 5WINTERIZING PERENNIAL WARM-SEASON GRASSES WITH POTASSIUMDr. Cliff S. Snyder
No. 5HEDGING AGAINST SOYBEAN RUST WITH MURIATE OF POTASHDr. Cliff S. Snyder
No. 5DEALING WITH SEASONAL VARIABILITY IN SOIL TEST RESULTSDr. Cliff S. Snyder
No. 5THE TWIN TOOLS FOR NUTRIENT MANAGEMENT…HAVE YOU NEGLECTED ONE?Dr. Cliff S. Snyder
No. 5WET SPOTS IN YOUR FIELD—COULD IT BE SOIL COMPACTION?Dr. Cliff S. Snyder
No. 5WATER QUALITY IN YOUR BACKYARD—DO YOU KNOW WHAT IT IS?Dr. Cliff S. Snyder
No. 5WHAT’S IN YOUR SEED?Dr. Cliff S. Snyder
No. 5NATIONAL YIELDS HAVE INCREASED…HAVE YOURS KEPT PACE?Dr. Cliff S. Snyder
No. 5LIME QUALITY—DOES IT MATTER?Dr. Cliff S. Snyder
No. 4Does Site-Specific Management Pay? The Answer Is Site-SpecificDr. Harold F. Reetz, Jr.
No. 5Know Your Watershed and How Your Nutrient Management Affects ItDr. Harold F. Reetz, Jr.
No. 5High Yields...Key to Economic Success in Grain ProductionDr. Harold F. Reetz, Jr.
No. 4Is Your Phosphorus and Potassium Market Really Mature?Dr. Harold F. Reetz, Jr.
No. 5News from Alfalfa Nutrition ResearchDr. Harold F. Reetz, Jr.
No. 4Can You Afford Field-Average Nutrient Management?Dr. Harold F. Reetz, Jr.
No. 4Plan Nutrient Needs for the Whole RotationDr. Harold F. Reetz, Jr.
No. 4Fall Fertilization Helps Build Yields and ProfitsDr. Harold F. Reetz, Jr.
No. 3Variable-Rate Fertilizer for Better EfficiencyDr. Harold F. Reetz, Jr.
No. 4New Tools to Detect Hidden Hunger in CropsDr. Harold F. Reetz, Jr.
No. 2Using Site-specific Technology in Working with LandlordsDr. Harold F. Reetz, Jr.
No. 7Fitting Site-Specific Sampling to Your FarmDr. Harold F. Reetz, Jr.
No. 4Scouting for Nutrient DeficienciesDr. Harold F. Reetz, Jr.
No. 4Using Site-Specific Tools in Dealing with LandlordsDr. Harold F. Reetz, Jr.
No. 7Site-Specific Technology-It's Working in Ways We Couldn't PredictDr. Harold F. Reetz, Jr.
No. 5Scouting for Nutrient DeficienciesDr. Harold F. Reetz, Jr.
No. 6Fitting Grid Sampling to Your FarmDr. Harold F. Reetz, Jr.
No. 4Review Your Nutrient Management Plans NowDr. Harold F. Reetz, Jr.
No. 5Plan for a Successful Nutrient Management SystemDr. Harold F. Reetz, Jr.
No. 5Weather Data - An Overlooked Management ToolDr. Harold F. Reetz, Jr.
No. 5CHECK FIELDS FOR DEFICIENCY SYMPTOMSDr. Harold F. Reetz, Jr.
No. 5REVIEW NUTRIENT PLANS NOW TO AVOID RISK OF PROFIT LOSSDr. Harold F. Reetz, Jr.
No. 5STRESS AND NUTRIENTS—THEY WORK TOGETHERDr. Harold F. Reetz, Jr.
No. 5PLAN YOUR SOIL SAMPLING PLANDr. Harold F. Reetz, Jr.
No. 4HAVE YOU FED YOUR SOYBEANS TODAY?Dr. Harold F. Reetz, Jr.
No. 5FEEDING CROPS UNDER REDUCED TILLAGEDr. Harold F. Reetz, Jr.
No. 4NUTRIENT MANAGEMENT IN STRIP-TILLAGE SYSTEMSDr. Harold F. Reetz, Jr.
No. 5TIME TO RECONCILE NUTRIENT ACCOUNTSDr. Harold F. Reetz, Jr.
No. 5NUTRIENT PLANS MUST CONSIDER PLANT NEEDS THROUGHOUT THE SEASON—EVERY DAYDr. Harold F. Reetz, Jr.
No. 5STUDY SPATIAL VARIABILITY IN HIGH TESTING FIELDS TO IDENTIFY AND ELIMINATE DEFICIT AREASDr. Harold F. Reetz, Jr.
No. 5STANDARD SOIL SAMPLES MAY MISS DEFICITS LOWER IN THE ROOT ZONEDr. Harold F. Reetz, Jr.
No. 5PAY ATTENTION TO SOIL SAMPLING DETAILSDr. Harold F. Reetz, Jr.
No. 8Influence of Potassium on Cotton QualityDr. Noble R. Usherwood
No. 7Profit from Canola in the SoutheastDr. Noble R. Usherwood
No. 8Soil Tests Document Phosphorus and Crop NeedsDr. Noble R. Usherwood
No. 8Nutrient Management for High Yield PeanutsDr. Noble R. Usherwood
No. 8Potassium...The Forage Crop's Best FriendDr. Noble R. Usherwood
No. 8Fertilize for Quality AlfalfaDr. Noble R. Usherwood
No. 8Lime Acidic Soils for 1999 CropsDr. Noble R. Usherwood
No. 8Good Nutrition Can Help Crops to Cope with Moisture StressDr. Noble R. Usherwood
No. 8Don't Let Nutrition Limit Soybean YieldsDr. Noble R. Usherwood
No. 5Peanut Nutrition...A Best Management Practice for Top-Profit ProductionDr. Noble R. Usherwood
No. 4A Balanced Diet of Nitrogen, Phosphorus and Potassium is Essential for the Development of a Corn PlantDr. Noble R. Usherwood
No. 8Phosphorus Provides Crop Stress ProtectionDr. Noble R. Usherwood
No. 6Bermudagrass Responds to Balanced NPK NutritionDr. Noble R. Usherwood
No. 6Potassium and Cotton NutritionDr. Noble R. Usherwood
No. 8A Balanced Diet Provides Crop Stress ProtectionDr. Noble R. Usherwood
No. 8Cotton Petiole Analysis: A Useful Diagnostic ToolDr. Noble R. Usherwood
No. 8Does the Soil Nutrient Reserve Account Need Overdraft Protection?Dr. Noble R. Usherwood
No. 8Should You Fertilize Doublecrop Soybeans?Dr. Noble R. Usherwood
No. 8High Yield Wheat Nutrition is Site-SpecificDr. Noble R. Usherwood
No. 8Pine Trees Get Hungry, TooDr. Noble R. Usherwood
No. 8FORAGE FERTILIZATION CAN PAY MANY WAYSDr. Noble R. Usherwood
No. 8BALANCED NUTRITION CAN IMPROVE CROP USE OF AVAILABLE WATERDr. Noble R. Usherwood
No. 8CROPS NEED PHOSPHORUS ALL SEASON LONGDr. Noble R. Usherwood
No. 8FERTILIZATION BY MANAGEMENT ZONESDr. Noble R. Usherwood
No. 7Don't Neglect Chloride in Nutrient Management of WheatDr. Paul E. Fixen
No. 1Set the Stage for Success in 1997 with Appropriate Fertilization This FallDr. Paul E. Fixen
No. 6Capitalize on Great Prices with Starter Fertilizer on Grain SorghumDr. Paul E. Fixen
No. 5Intensive Soil Sampling: A Critical Step in Tapping Your Field's Hidden Yield PotentialDr. Paul E. Fixen
No. 3DO MANURES FIT INTO YOUR NUTRIENT MANAGEMENT PLAN?Dr. Robert L. Mikkelsen
No. 3DON’T WAIT UNTIL YOU SEE DEFICIENCIES TO FERTILIZEDr. Robert L. Mikkelsen
No. 3WHY DO FARMERS USE ALL THE WATER?Dr. Robert L. Mikkelsen
No. 3WHAT POTASSIUM SOURCE SHOULD I USE?Dr. Robert L. Mikkelsen
No. 3GET THE MOST FROM EVERY DROP OF WATERDr. Robert L. Mikkelsen
No. 3WILL FERTIGATION WORK FOR YOU?Dr. Robert L. Mikkelsen
No. 3FUELING THE GROWTH OF ALFALFADr. Robert L. Mikkelsen
No. 3WHAT MAKES A GOOD SOIL TEST?Dr. Robert L. Mikkelsen
No. 3RE-EVALUATE YOUR POTASSIUM APPLICATION FOR NEXT YEARDr. Robert L. Mikkelsen
No. 3POTASSIUM IS KEY TO ALFALFA QUALITY AND YIELDDr. Robert L. Mikkelsen
No. 3DON’T FORGET TO KEEP YOUR ALFALFA IN TOP SHAPE WITH PHOSPHORUSDr. Robert L. Mikkelsen
No. 3FUELING THE GROWTH OF COTTONDr. Robert L. Mikkelsen
No. 3TAKE ANOTHER LOOK AT CHLORIDE?Dr. Robert L. Mikkelsen
No. 3WHAT IS POTASH ANYWAY?Dr. Robert L. Mikkelsen
No. 3HAY AND SILAGE REQUIRE PLENTY OF NUTRIENTSDr. Robert L. Mikkelsen
No. 3WHAT HAPPENED TO LAST YEAR’S FERTILIZER?Dr. Robert L. Mikkelsen
No. 3SCOUTING FOR NUTRIENT DEFICIENCIESDr. Robert L. Mikkelsen
No. 5Buffer Power...Nature's Way to Leverage Soil Test PhosphorusDr. Terry L. Roberts
No. 5Protein...What's Potassium Got to Do with It?Dr. Terry L. Roberts
No. 5Chloride Fertilization for Yield and QualityDr. Terry L. Roberts
No. 6Phosphorus Placement in Forages Looks PromisingDr. Terry L. Roberts
No. 5Phosphate Fertilizer Is Critical for Maximizing Wheat YieldsDr. Terry L. Roberts
No. 6Soil Variability-is It for Real?Dr. Terry L. Roberts
No. 5Manure-A Storehouse of Plant NutrientsDr. Terry L. Roberts
No. 5Fertilize Your Crop, Not Your Weeds?Dr. Terry L. Roberts
No. 3Can High Potassium Soils Respond to Potash?Dr. Terry L. Roberts
No. 3Confused about Potash Terminology?Dr. Terry L. Roberts
No. 5Can Phosphorus Improve Disease Resistance in Cereals?Dr. Terry L. Roberts
No. 3Phosphorus Placement for AlfalfaDr. Terry L. Roberts
No. 1Pulse Crops Need PotassiumDr. Terry L. Roberts
No. 1Role of Potassium in Crop EstablishmentDr. Terry L. Roberts
No. 1Potassium for SoybeansDr. Tom W. Bruulsema
No. 1Are Nutrients in Waste Materials Available to Crops?Dr. Tom W. Bruulsema
No. 1Today's Crops: Healthy Foods or Empty Calories?Dr. Tom W. Bruulsema
No. 1An Environmental Phosphorus Index Supports High-Yield AgronomyDr. Tom W. Bruulsema
No. 1Stress Tolerance Boosts Crop YieldsDr. Tom W. Bruulsema
No. 1IS FERTILIZER USE SUSTAINABLE?Dr. Tom W. Bruulsema
No. 1What Does the Atmosphere Feed Your Crops?Dr. Tom W. Bruulsema
No. 1Management Planning to Balance NutrientsDr. Tom W. Bruulsema
No. 1Fertilizers for Functional FoodsDr. Tom W. Bruulsema
No. 1Foliar Phosphorus and Potassium for SoybeansDr. Tom W. Bruulsema
No. 7How Does Tillage Affect Phosphorus Availability?Dr. Tom W. Bruulsema
No. 7Virtual Reality: Simulating Crop Response to NutrientsDr. Tom W. Bruulsema
No. 4Feeding the Genetically Engineered CropDr. Tom W. Bruulsema
No. 5Topography and Plant NutritionDr. Tom W. Bruulsema
No. 1Fertilizers and Soil HealthDr. Tom W. Bruulsema
No. 8Phosphorus in Lake Erie: A Success StoryDr. Tom W. Bruulsema
No. 7There's More Than One Way to Recommend FertilizerDr. Tom W. Bruulsema
No. 3Corn Responds to Seed-Placed PhosphorusDr. Tom W. Bruulsema
No. 2Potassium for High Protein WheatDr. Tom W. Bruulsema
No. 1Fertilizing for Organic FoodDr. Tom W. Bruulsema
No. 1Corn Lodging from Stalk Rot - Fertilizer FactorsDr. Tom W. Bruulsema
No. 1NUTRIENT MANAGEMENT PLANNING IS SCALE-NEUTRALDr. Tom W. Bruulsema
No. 1GLOBAL NUTRIENT OVERLOADDr. Tom W. Bruulsema
No. 1SHARE YOUR YIELD MONITOR DATA WITH THE EXPERTSDr. Tom W. Bruulsema
No. 1PHOSPHORUS IN FIELD AND STREAMDr. Tom W. Bruulsema
No. 1FERTILIZER FOR HUMUSDr. Tom W. Bruulsema
No. 1IS ORGANIC FARMING SUSTAINABLE?Dr. Tom W. Bruulsema
No. 1POTASSIUM FOR HEALTHDr. Tom W. Bruulsema
No. 1PUTTING PHOSPHORUS IN ITS PLACEDr. Tom W. Bruulsema
No. 1THE PRECAUTIONARY PRINCIPLE FOR PHOSPHORUS FERTILIZERSDr. Tom W. Bruulsema
No. 1WHY USE SALT FOR FERTILIZER?Dr. Tom W. Bruulsema
No. 1THE ENVIRONMENT NEEDS NUTRIENTSDr. Tom W. Bruulsema
No. 1DOES FERTILIZER HARM SOIL MICROBES?Dr. Tom W. Bruulsema
No. 1BEST MANAGEMENT PRACTICES FOR FERTILIZERDr. Tom W. Bruulsema
No. 1FRUITS AND VEGETABLES DEMAND INTENSIVE NUTRIENT MANAGEMENTDr. Tom W. Bruulsema
No. 1ENHANCING FERTILIZER EFFICIENCYDr. Tom W. Bruulsema
No. 1TODAY’S FOOD: AS GOOD AS IT USED TO BE?Dr. Tom W. Bruulsema
No. 1THE CANADIAN PHOSPHORUS BALANCEDr. Tom W. Bruulsema
No. 1DO CORN HYBRIDS DIFFER IN FERTILIZER NEED?Dr. Tom W. Bruulsema
No. 1THE CROP ADVISER’S ROLE IN WATER QUALITY TRADINGDr. Tom W. Bruulsema
No. 1EFFICIENT FERTILIZER USE ON THE DAIRY FARMDr. Tom W. Bruulsema
No. 1POTASH PRICE BOOSTS SOIL TEST VALUEDr. Tom W. Bruulsema
No. 1LIMITING LAWN FERTILIZERSDr. Tom W. Bruulsema
No. 1AMMONIA EMISSION FROM FERTILIZERDr. Tom W. Bruulsema
No. 4Higher Profit Dryland Wheat: Get It with FertilizationDr. T. Scott Murrell
No. 3Phosphorus, Potassium and Thinking PayDr. T. Scott Murrell
No. 4Should I Fertilize My Soil if It Tests "Medium"?Dr. T. Scott Murrell
No. 3It's Time for a HuddleDr. T. Scott Murrell
No. 4Monitor Your Crop with Plant AnalysisDr. T. Scott Murrell
No. 3Chloride Is Important for Balanced Nutrition of WheatDr. T. Scott Murrell
No. 3Management Decisions during Low Crop PricesDr. T. Scott Murrell
No. 3Know Your Soil Test ReportDr. T. Scott Murrell
No. 8Broadcast Vs. Band: How Do They Compare?Dr. T. Scott Murrell
No. 3Answers to Commonly Asked Questions about Phosphate FertilizersDr. T. Scott Murrell
No. 5Questions and Answers on ChlorideDr. T. Scott Murrell
No. 1Set the Stage for Success in 1998 with Appropriate Fertilization This FallDr. T. Scott Murrell
No. 1Intensive Soil Sampling: A Critical Step in Tapping Your Field's Hidden Yield PotentialDr. T. Scott Murrell
No. 7Grain Sorghum Responds to Starter FertilizerDr. T. Scott Murrell
No. 4STARTER FERTILIZER FOR CORNDr. T. Scott Murrell
No. 4Are You Satisfied With Your Yields?Dr. T. Scott Murrell
No. 4KEEP AN EYE ON POTASSIUMDr. T. Scott Murrell
No. 4PHOSPHORUS AND POTASSIUM ARE YOUR BUSINESS PARTNERSDr. T. Scott Murrell
No. 4USING PHOSPHORUS AND POTASSIUM SOIL TEST RESULTSDr. T. Scott Murrell
No. 4PHOSPHORUS PLACEMENT FOR SUGARBEETSDr. T. Scott Murrell
No. 3IS YOUR CORN FINDING SOIL PHOSPHORUS AND POTASSIUM?Dr. T. Scott Murrell
No. 4MONTANA STUDY EXAMINES NUTRIENT UPTAKE BY SPRING WHEATDr. T. Scott Murrell
No. 3EARLY SEASON PHOSPHORUS NUTRITION IS IMPORTANT FOR WHEATDr. T. Scott Murrell
No. 4IS YOUR SOIL FERTILITY PROGRAM KEEPING UP?Dr. T. Scott Murrell
No. 4WHAT HAVE YOUR PHOSPHORUS AND POTASSIUM SOIL TEST LEVELS BEEN DOING?Dr. T. Scott Murrell
No. 4CAN YOUR LOCAL FERTILIZATION PROGRAMS BE IMPROVED?Dr. T. Scott Murrell
No. 4MANAGING PHOSPHORUS FOR SPRING WHEATDr. T. Scott Murrell
No. 4EARLY GROWTH IN CORN—IS IT IMPORTANT?Dr. T. Scott Murrell
No. 4Soil Testing Reduces RisksDr. T. Scott Murrell
No. 4THE GROWING POTASSIUM PROBLEMDr. T. Scott Murrell
No. 4POTASSIUM DEFICIENCY: LISTENING TO YOUR EARS OF CORNDr. T. Scott Murrell
No. 4GETTING MORE FROM SOIL TEST DATADr. T. Scott Murrell
No. 4WHEN SCOUTING FOR RUST, KEEP AN EYE ON NUTRIENTS, TOODr. T. Scott Murrell
No. 4RECORD YIELDS MEAN RECORD NUTRIENT REMOVAL IN CORN-SOYBEAN ROTATIONSDr. T. Scott Murrell
No. 4PHOSPHORUS AND POTASSIUM BEST MANAGEMENT PRACTICES FOR SOYBEANSDr. T. Scott Murrell
No. 4ROOTING FOR STARTER FERTILIZERDr. T. Scott Murrell
No. 4HIGH FERTILIZER PRICES: WHAT TO DO?Dr. T. Scott Murrell
No. 42005 CORN AND SOYBEAN NUTRIENT HARVEST IN THE NORTHCENTRAL REGIONDr. T. Scott Murrell
No. 4COORDINATE FOR SUCCESSDr. T. Scott Murrell
No. 4THE HIGHS AND LOWS OF SOIL TEST POTASSIUM VARIABILITYDr. T. Scott Murrell
No. 7Fertilization and Crop PricesDr. W.M. (Mike) Stewart
No. 7Topdressing Winter Wheat: Nitrogen and BeyondDr. W.M. (Mike) Stewart
No. 6Red Versus White Potash: What's the Difference?Dr. W.M. (Mike) Stewart
No. 7Make the Most of Bermudagrass Production with Good Fertility ManagementDr. W.M. (Mike) Stewart
No. 7Don't Overlook the Potential of Starter this SpringDr. W.M. (Mike) Stewart
No. 7Plan Winter Wheat Fertility Programs NowDr. W.M. (Mike) Stewart
No. 7Is Your Winter Wheat Lacking Chloride?Dr. W.M. (Mike) Stewart
No. 7Quality Turf Requires Good Fertility ManagementDr. W.M. (Mike) Stewart
No. 7Maximize Bermudagrass Production with Good Fertility ManagementDr. W.M. (Mike) Stewart
No. 4Fertilize for Optimum Cotton Yield and QualityDr. W.M. (Mike) Stewart
No. 3Nitrogen Fertilizers for Turf: An OverviewDr. W.M. (Mike) Stewart
No. 3Potassium: A Key to Good Turf QualityDr. W.M. (Mike) Stewart
No. 2Spring Application of Chloride to Winter WheatDr. W.M. (Mike) Stewart
No. 2Plan Winter Wheat Fertility Programs NowDr. W.M. (Mike) Stewart
No. 6Nitrogen Fertilizers for Turf: An OverviewDr. W.M. (Mike) Stewart
No. 7Good Wheat Prices Call for Top Fertility ManagementDr. W.M. (Mike) Stewart
No. 4Potassium: A Key to Good Turf QualityDr. W.M. (Mike) Stewart
No. 7FERTILIZE COTTON FOR TOP YIELD AND QUALITYDr. W.M. (Mike) Stewart
No. 7Fall Fertilization ConsiderationsDr. W.M. (Mike) Stewart
No. 7What About Phosphorus Loss?Dr. W.M. (Mike) Stewart
No. 7WINTER WHEAT AND PHOSPHORUS FERTILITYDr. W.M. (Mike) Stewart
No. 7POTASH TERMINOLOGY AND FACTSDr. W.M. (Mike) Stewart
No. 7FERTILIZER AND OUR ENVIRONMENTDr. W.M. (Mike) Stewart
No. 7CONSIDER THE POTENTIAL OF STARTER THIS SPRINGDr. W.M. (Mike) Stewart
No. 6MAKE BALANCED BERMUDAGRASS FERTILITY A PRIORITY THIS SUMMERDr. W.M. (Mike) Stewart
No. 7WINTER WHEAT TOPDRESS CONSIDERATIONSDr. W.M. (Mike) Stewart
No. 6CROP NUTRITION AND FUNCTIONAL FOODSDr. W.M. (Mike) Stewart
No. 7WINTER WHEAT AND PHOSPHORUS NUTRITIONDr. W.M. (Mike) Stewart
No. 7PHOSPHORUS NUTRITION OF COTTONDr. W.M. (Mike) Stewart
No. 7NUTRIENT INPUTS FOR COOL SEASON GRASS PRODUCTIONDr. W.M. (Mike) Stewart
No. 7SILAGE PRODUCTION AND FERTILIZATION BASICSDr. W.M. (Mike) Stewart
No. 6DON’T OVERLOOK THE POTENTIAL OF STARTER THIS SPRINGDr. W.M. (Mike) Stewart
No. 6MAKE THE MOST OF BERMUDAGRASS PRODUCTION WITH GOOD FERTILITY MANAGEMENTDr. W.M. (Mike) Stewart
No. 6BUILDING AND MAINTAINING ADEQUATE PHOSPHORUS AND POTASSIUMDr. W.M. (Mike) Stewart
No. 6CONSIDERATIONS FOR FALL FERTILIZATIONDr. W.M. (Mike) Stewart
No. 6NUTRITION AFFECTS COTTON YIELD AND QUALITYDr. W.M. (Mike) Stewart
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