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  • Fertility And Soils

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    A group dedicated to providing information on crop fertility and soil qualities.
    Interest: Corn, Cotton, Peanuts, Soybeans, Wheat, Cover Crops, Fertility, Soil Health, Sustainable Agriculture, Conservation Easements, Conservation Plans, NRCS

    Soil Health Vs. Soil Fertility

    By Monica Pape

    Published Mar 20, 2018 

    soil fertility. To read the article and get caught up on the rest of the series follow along at News | The Accidental Agronomist I spoke at a conference in front of 200 farmers and used the term, custom soil fertility programs... Someone in line commented “As soon as you said the word fertility everyone woke up and started looking at you... I was to use the term soil health, not fertility... Soil health and soil fertility are two separate topics and I have found can get overused, used in the wrong context, miss-used, and obviously misunderstood...

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    Current fertilizer prices call for precise input management

    By Denise Attaway

    Updated Apr 7, 2022 

    Fertilizers claim much of the input costs for growing crops and a Clemson University specialist says that, especially with today’s fertilizer prices, precise input management is important. Bhupinder Farmaha, a nutrient management specialist housed at the Clemson Edisto Research and Education Center in Blackville, South Carolina, and Clemson Cooperative Extension Service agent, recently conducted a Zoom meeting to talk about crop fertilizer needs. Among row crops, corn demands the most in fertilizer costs. “For corn, 37% of the input operating costs goes to fertilizer,” Farmaha said... For phosphorus and potassium, farmers should account for sub-soil fertility by taking 6-inch to 12-inch samples...

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    The Clemson Extension Precision Agriculture group has developed two new soil fertility calculators to help growers maximize their fertilizer dollars.

    Clemson apps calculate fertilizer blends to save growers money

    By Denise Attaway

    Updated Mar 28, 2022 

    Spring crops are going in the ground and fertilizer prices are skyrocketing. To help ease the sting of costs on growers, the Clemson University Cooperative Extension Service Precision Agriculture group has developed two new soil fertility calculators, or apps, to help growers maximize their fertilizer dollars. The NPK Recommendations Calculator and the Fertilizer Blend Calculator can be used on any device with Internet access. Both calculators are designed to support the needs of large acreage farmers, home lawn and garden applications, and small plot vegetable producers... Using these soil fertility calculators will help growers maximize their fertilizer dollars...

    Categories: Apps, Fertility, News

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    Clemson web apps calculate soil pH to help growers increase profits, reduce costs

    By Denise Attaway

    Published Apr 19, 2022 

    Growers across the southern United States are planting spring crops and many have lime on their minds. Lime is a very important soil amendment used to grow crops. To help ensure the correct amount is applied where it is needed most, the Clemson University Precision Agriculture Team has developed the Reverse Lime Rate Calculator. This calculator, or web app, is useful for farmers as well as gardeners. It uses soil pH (acidity level), buffer pH and applied lime rate to provide an estimated soil pH...

    Categories: Apps, Fertility, Soil Health

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    September Cover Crop Corner: Economic Series Part One: Reducing Inputs

    By Feed the Soil, Feed the World

    Published Sep 20, 2021 

    In part one of this two-part series on the economics of cover crops, we explore how they can help reduce input costs. By GO SEED“Yeah, the principle of cover crops makes sense but how much are they going to cost me?” From farmers using them in rotations to field experts alike, this is one of the most common questions they get asked when discussing the integration of cover crops. And in a business where inputs can quickly get out of hand and cut into thin profit margins, it is understandably so. According to Jerry Hall, Director of Research for GO SEED, this question needs to be flipped on its head with farmers asking, “How much can cover crops save me?” “With strategic use, cover crops can help decrease inputs like fuel and labor, while providing long-term production benefits from resource improvement,” explains Hall... In soils with fertility issues, legumes like crimson clover or hairy vetch can do well and help restore the soil...

    Categories: Conservation Plans, Cover Crops, Fertility

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    Provide Food Supplement for Plants for Healthy Growth

    By Fito Chem

    Published Nov 30, 2020 

    Those who are dealing in farming and agriculture, understand that growing vegetables or plants is not as easy a task as it sounds. A plant is of no use if it is not healthy – growing a healthy and happy plant is a demanding job. One needs to make sure the plants are getting all the necessary minerals that they require to grow. Minerals that they absorb from the soil are most important. But as a result of today’s natural and environmental changes, the quality of soil is degrading...

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    Diagnosing Plant Problems in 2020

    By Julie Jenkins

    Updated Nov 25, 2020 

    These articles' objective is to furnish you with specific rules for deciding the reasons for plant issues. This data will primarily apply to scene plants; however, it should likewise be valuable for indoor seedlings. A portion of this article's data arrangement has adjusted from augmentation distributions formed by Washington State Universities and Oregon State. In this primary section, plant pressure examines the reasons for plant issues, and the five stages symptomatic cycle has covered in the subsequent report. In this report, a few attributes of sicknesses and bugs will talk...

    Categories: Crop Protection, Fertility, Soil Health

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    Всем привет. Хочу поинтересоваться у заядлых автолюбителей. Где вы

    By Jackson Shtorm

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    Categories: Fertility

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    Science in Natural Growth - SPAA Srl Italy

    By Romeo Di Sario

    Published Dec 21, 2022 

    SPAA srl is a solid and innovative Italian company operating in the field of plant nutrition. Constantly investing in research and development, especially of natural raw materials, and in innovative processes and product methodologies to make the formulations increasingly effective and with minimal or no environmental impact. The industrial project, started in 2005, arose from the conviction that great resources and potential of the natural world could be used, transformed and returned to nature and man in the form of sustainable technical means to support the agricultural production. SPAA Srl produces biostimulants, basic substances, fertilisers and metabolites produced by fermenting consortia of selected microrganisms to support a sustainable integrated and organic production. The strength of SPAA Srl always has been their products’ quality obtained thanks to their R&D and the capacity to respond to all needs of agriculture because of a great agronomic experience, on all crops, of over 20 years...

    Categories: Fertility, Sustainable Agriculture

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  • Emmanuel Olamide AJAYI Nigeria, Ogun State, Abeokuta

    Business Title: AGROPHILIE FARMS
    Job Title: Farmer, Landowner, Farm Manager or Employee, Other Ag Professional, Poultry
    About: WE GROW FOODS FOR THE LIVING
    Interests: Corn, Organic Row Crops, Wheat, Poultry, Crop Scouting, Fertility, Irrigation, Sustainable Agriculture, Precision Agriculture, Telemetry, Ag Commentary, Marketing, News, Agribusiness, Farm Management, Human Resources, Operating a Farm, Succession Planning, Projects, Purchasing, Tools, Conservation Easements, Conservation Plans, Cover Crops, Organic Specialty Crops, Vegetables, Fishing

    Jackson Shtorm United States, KS, Ashland

    Business Title: Imperium
    Job Title: Landowner
    Interests: Fertility

    The Grow Squad Farmers Choice Seed United States, ND, Lansford

    Business Title: Serving North Dakota And Montana
    Job Title: Rancher, Landowner, Ag Retail Professional, Farm Manager or Employee, Crop Consultant, Precision Agriculture Specialist
    About: @FarmersChoiceSeed, our Grow Squad is devoted to their JOBS and to OUR FARMERS! Let's get together and discuss the best VALUE and type of Golden Harvest SEED, and crop protection management products for YOUR farm or ranch!
    Interests: Corn, Soybeans, Beef, Grass-Fed Livestock, Crop Protection, Fertility, Irrigation, Soil Health, Sustainable Agriculture, Apps, Ag Commentary, Marketing, News, Cover Crops

    Thejas Nair United States, AZ, Phoenix

    Job Title: Other Ag Professional, Ag Startup founder
    Interests: Corn, Crop Protection, Fertility, Soil Health, Sustainable Agriculture, Apps, Precision Agriculture, Telemetry

    Emily Schlafmann United States, ND, McClusky

    Job Title: Farmer, Ag Retail Professional, Crop Consultant
    Interests: Crop Protection, Crop Scouting, Fertility, Irrigation, Soil Health, Sustainable Agriculture, Apps, Precision Agriculture, Ag Commentary, Marketing, News, Ag Policy, Agribusiness, Operating a Farm, Hunting

    Nolan Turner United States, IN, Indianapolis

    Job Title: Farmer, Landowner, Veterinarian
    Interests: Corn, Cotton, Rice, Crop Protection, Crop Scouting, Fertility

  • Fertility And Soils

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    A group dedicated to providing information on crop fertility and soil qualities.
    Interest: Corn, Cotton, Peanuts, Soybeans, Wheat, Cover Crops, Fertility, Soil Health, Sustainable Agriculture, Conservation Easements, Conservation Plans, NRCS

    Cycle Plantgrowthregulator

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    This is a group that can provide plant growth regulators. Companies or individuals in need are welcome to join, and other colleagues are also welcome to join the group discussion
    Interest: Crop Scouting, Fertility, Irrigation, Soil Health, Sustainable Agriculture

    Organic Citrus

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    We are interested in gathering experiences, solutions and history of organic methods in citrus production. As well as record and document unique policy and market access hurdles organic citrus growers face in each different region of the world.
    Interest: Organic Row Crops, Crop Protection, Fertility, Irrigation, Soil Health, Sustainable Agriculture, Apps, Precision Agriculture, Telemetry, Ag Commentary, Marketing, News, Ag Policy, Agribusiness, Farm Management, Farmland and Real Estate, Operating a Farm, Conservation Easements, Conservation Plans, Cover Crops, Orchard Crops, Organic Specialty Crops, Homesteading

  • Soil Health Vs. Soil Fertility

    By Monica Pape

    Published Mar 20, 2018 

    soil fertility. To read the article and get caught up on the rest of the series follow along at News | The Accidental Agronomist I spoke at a conference in front of 200 farmers and used the term, custom soil fertility programs... Someone in line commented “As soon as you said the word fertility everyone woke up and started looking at you... I was to use the term soil health, not fertility... Soil health and soil fertility are two separate topics and I have found can get overused, used in the wrong context, miss-used, and obviously misunderstood...

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    Current fertilizer prices call for precise input management

    By Denise Attaway

    Updated Apr 7, 2022 

    Fertilizers claim much of the input costs for growing crops and a Clemson University specialist says that, especially with today’s fertilizer prices, precise input management is important. Bhupinder Farmaha, a nutrient management specialist housed at the Clemson Edisto Research and Education Center in Blackville, South Carolina, and Clemson Cooperative Extension Service agent, recently conducted a Zoom meeting to talk about crop fertilizer needs. Among row crops, corn demands the most in fertilizer costs. “For corn, 37% of the input operating costs goes to fertilizer,” Farmaha said... For phosphorus and potassium, farmers should account for sub-soil fertility by taking 6-inch to 12-inch samples...

    Categories: Agribusiness, Corn, Fertility

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    The Clemson Extension Precision Agriculture group has developed two new soil fertility calculators to help growers maximize their fertilizer dollars.

    Clemson apps calculate fertilizer blends to save growers money

    By Denise Attaway

    Updated Mar 28, 2022 

    Spring crops are going in the ground and fertilizer prices are skyrocketing. To help ease the sting of costs on growers, the Clemson University Cooperative Extension Service Precision Agriculture group has developed two new soil fertility calculators, or apps, to help growers maximize their fertilizer dollars. The NPK Recommendations Calculator and the Fertilizer Blend Calculator can be used on any device with Internet access. Both calculators are designed to support the needs of large acreage farmers, home lawn and garden applications, and small plot vegetable producers... Using these soil fertility calculators will help growers maximize their fertilizer dollars...

    Categories: Apps, Fertility, News

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    Clemson web apps calculate soil pH to help growers increase profits, reduce costs

    By Denise Attaway

    Published Apr 19, 2022 

    Growers across the southern United States are planting spring crops and many have lime on their minds. Lime is a very important soil amendment used to grow crops. To help ensure the correct amount is applied where it is needed most, the Clemson University Precision Agriculture Team has developed the Reverse Lime Rate Calculator. This calculator, or web app, is useful for farmers as well as gardeners. It uses soil pH (acidity level), buffer pH and applied lime rate to provide an estimated soil pH...

    Categories: Apps, Fertility, Soil Health

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    September Cover Crop Corner: Economic Series Part One: Reducing Inputs

    By Feed the Soil, Feed the World

    Published Sep 20, 2021 

    In part one of this two-part series on the economics of cover crops, we explore how they can help reduce input costs. By GO SEED“Yeah, the principle of cover crops makes sense but how much are they going to cost me?” From farmers using them in rotations to field experts alike, this is one of the most common questions they get asked when discussing the integration of cover crops. And in a business where inputs can quickly get out of hand and cut into thin profit margins, it is understandably so. According to Jerry Hall, Director of Research for GO SEED, this question needs to be flipped on its head with farmers asking, “How much can cover crops save me?” “With strategic use, cover crops can help decrease inputs like fuel and labor, while providing long-term production benefits from resource improvement,” explains Hall... In soils with fertility issues, legumes like crimson clover or hairy vetch can do well and help restore the soil...

    Categories: Conservation Plans, Cover Crops, Fertility

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    Provide Food Supplement for Plants for Healthy Growth

    By Fito Chem

    Published Nov 30, 2020 

    Those who are dealing in farming and agriculture, understand that growing vegetables or plants is not as easy a task as it sounds. A plant is of no use if it is not healthy – growing a healthy and happy plant is a demanding job. One needs to make sure the plants are getting all the necessary minerals that they require to grow. Minerals that they absorb from the soil are most important. But as a result of today’s natural and environmental changes, the quality of soil is degrading...

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    Diagnosing Plant Problems in 2020

    By Julie Jenkins

    Updated Nov 25, 2020 

    These articles' objective is to furnish you with specific rules for deciding the reasons for plant issues. This data will primarily apply to scene plants; however, it should likewise be valuable for indoor seedlings. A portion of this article's data arrangement has adjusted from augmentation distributions formed by Washington State Universities and Oregon State. In this primary section, plant pressure examines the reasons for plant issues, and the five stages symptomatic cycle has covered in the subsequent report. In this report, a few attributes of sicknesses and bugs will talk...

    Categories: Crop Protection, Fertility, Soil Health

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    Science in Natural Growth - SPAA Srl Italy

    By Romeo Di Sario

    Published Dec 21, 2022 

    SPAA srl is a solid and innovative Italian company operating in the field of plant nutrition. Constantly investing in research and development, especially of natural raw materials, and in innovative processes and product methodologies to make the formulations increasingly effective and with minimal or no environmental impact. The industrial project, started in 2005, arose from the conviction that great resources and potential of the natural world could be used, transformed and returned to nature and man in the form of sustainable technical means to support the agricultural production. SPAA Srl produces biostimulants, basic substances, fertilisers and metabolites produced by fermenting consortia of selected microrganisms to support a sustainable integrated and organic production. The strength of SPAA Srl always has been their products’ quality obtained thanks to their R&D and the capacity to respond to all needs of agriculture because of a great agronomic experience, on all crops, of over 20 years...

    Categories: Fertility, Sustainable Agriculture

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    Paclobutrazol--do you know the smart plant growth regulator for flowers and fruits?

    By Sophia Cheng

    Updated Jun 8, 2022 

    Paclobutrazol is triazole plant growth regulator which can inhibit the synthsis of gibberellins. It can significantly reduce apica dominance and promote tillering, shorten the internodes, increase the content of chlorophyll,protrin and nucleicacid;paclobutrazol can control vigorous growth, prevent lodging, control shoots and promote flower. promote root development and increase the plant's resistance,increase yield significantly. THE EFFECTS OF PACLOBUTRAZOLOne method to manipulate flowering is to use the plant growth regulator, paclobutrazol. The post- harvest application of a small amount of paclobutrazol to the soil significantly promotes flowering and fruiting in the following year...

    Categories: Ag Commentary, Agribusiness, Fertility

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    Increased Disease Resistance Against Rust Fungi & Greater Vigor in Coffee

    By Maria Belen Amaguana

    Updated May 23, 2022 

    Before KPB use, the coffee trees had a strong nutritional deficiency and were negatively affected by the rust fungi. After 2 months and 4 irrigation applications with the KPB technology, the coffee trees produced more abundant foliar development and brighter green leaves than the control trees. The coffee trees that were treated with KPB no longer had any presence of rust fungi, indicating significantly increased disease resistance from KPB. With KPB use, there was also an improvement in soil pH as the soil went from a pH of 4. 9 before KPB use to a pH of 5...

    Categories: Agribusiness, Fertility, Sustainable Agriculture

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  • Всем привет. Хочу поинтересоваться у заядлых автолюбителей. Где вы

    By Jackson Shtorm

    Published 17 hours ago 

    Categories: Fertility

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    What growth stage is it ideal to begin injecting N through a pivot?

    By Pat Rogers

    Published May 1, 2022 

    This is on corn and already has approximately 2/3 of total N applied earlier.

    Categories: Corn, Irrigation, Fertility

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    Does anyone here expect there to be fertilizer shortages this year?

    By Jim Kurtz

    Published Apr 1, 2022 

    Fertilizer shortages

    Categories: Fertility

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    What cover crops were popular before inorganic fertilizer?

    By Anonymous Member

    Published Feb 15, 2021 

    What cover crops did farmers use prior to inorganic forms of fertilizer becoming popular?

    Categories: Fertility, Cover Crops, NRCS

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    Why do fertilizer recommendations differ from lab to lab?

    By Anonymous Member

    Published Mar 12, 2021 

    Categories: Fertility, Soil Health

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    What kind of on-farm research trials do you conduct?

    By Jerry Smith

    Published Mar 20, 2021 

    If you create your own on-farm trials, what kinds of trials? How long have you been doing that and what has your overall experience been like?

    Categories: Corn, Fertility, Operating a Farm

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  • Posted By Core Cool Systems
    Sep 8, 2021 

    Fertility is massively impacted by heat stress. Have you ever noticed that your reproduction rate drops dramatically in the summer? Did you know that a core body temperature of 103 F can kill embryos in the first three days after breeding? That means your cows are losing their calves before you even know they are pregnant. Check out this #KuhlBlog

    https://www.kuhlerz.com/blog/Blog9/Is-temperature-stress-robbing-your-herds-fertility

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    Posted By The Peanut Patch
    May 5, 2021 

    https://peanutgrower.com/feature/troubleshooting-soil-fertility-problems/
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    Posted By Beginning Farmers
    Mar 26, 2021 

    https://www.farmprogress.com/soil-health/basic-primer-clarifies-soil-fertility-terms
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    Posted By Becky Johnson
    Jan 13, 2021 

    "Soil fertility practices can enhance or limit crop growth and affect plant health, crop yield, and quality. Best practices for fertilizer applications are summarized by the ‘4Rs’ guideline: right source, right rate, right timing, right placement. However, dialing in the right rate, source, timing, and placement of added nutrients to optimize crop outcomes can be a challenge."
    http://smallgrains.wsu.edu/soil-fertility-and-the-cropping-system

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    Posted By Soybeans
    Nov 24, 2020 

    https://www.farmprogress.com/crops/consider-sulfur-your-soybean-fertility-plan
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    Posted By Rick Foster
    Nov 28, 2020 

    https://www.growingproduce.com/citrus/time-to-re-check-your-citrus-fertility-recommendations/
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    Posted By Elle Smith
    Mar 15, 2022 

    Your soil is so much more than dirt. I love that sentence. This is a great article packed with good information.

    https://extension.psu.edu/understanding-soil-fertility

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    Posted By Fertility And Soils
    Dec 20, 2021 

    https://www.agriculture.com/news/crops/five-ways-soil-testing-can-help-with-fertility-costs
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    Posted By Soybeans
    Nov 2, 2021 

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2021-37/fall-soil-fertility-sampling

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    Posted By Corn Growers Group
    Oct 14, 2021 

    https://www.farmprogress.com/soil-health/dont-overlook-field-fertility-following-harvest

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