Categories: Agribusiness, Corn, Cotton
Over the past several months I've been talking to growers about lowering the rate at which they're spreading while slightly increasing the frequency. This way they can still fit it into their soil fertility budget and manage pH at the same time.
I agree with this approach. It can require a little more management but if you stay on top of things, you won't see the low pH yield lag that's commonly associated with waiting until the land needs two tons of lime.
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