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When the acres of pasture, grass hay, alfalfa, corn and sorgum silages, and grazing wheat in the plains are all added up, forages account for by far the most acreage…

Alfalfa Tonnage and Digestibility

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Daniel Peterson, CCA, SSp Field Agronomy Manager What are the reasons, or goals, for applying fertilizer? Why fertilize alfalfa? Some reasons would likely include increasing or maintaining yield or avoiding…

Conference Rooms

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The Conference Center at AgroLiquid Did you know AgroLiquid’s Corporate Offices have conference rooms available for community use? The Conference Center has available: Commercial Kitchen Wifi Projector & In-House Audio…

The Phosphate Advantage

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Phosphorus (P) is considered a primary crop nutrient, along with nitrogen and potassium. Phosphorus is involved in photosynthesis, respiration, energy storage and transfer and many other processes in the plant….

Why Micro 500?

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Micro 500 contains a balanced combination of five essential micronutrients: zinc, manganese, iron, copper, and boron. Each crop grown has minimum requirements of certain micronutrients in specific proportion to each other. Zinc…

Improving N Utilization

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Nitrogen fertilizer is subject to losses due to volatilization, denitrification, and leaching.  The severity of loss is often dependent on soil moisture, temperature, and the placement of nitrogen in the…