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Fertilizer news, research, videos, and the latest developments

Read about the latest products, developments, research and happenings at AgroLiquid on our blog! From events to new products to research results to educational videos and much more, we strive to keep our customers and partners well-informed. You’ll find answers to many crop- and nutrient-specific questions in our blog, as well as helpful information about our products and research.

Recent Posts

From NCRS Interns to Ag Professionals (LAND OF LIQUID Blog)

So at the NCRS we have been fortunate to have had some great interns over the years who provided valuable assistance to the research operations.  (And we still do today.)  But who could forget 2011 when we had these two outstanding Spartans working on the farm. That’s Amanda and Jeff on June 27, 2011 in… Continue reading

NCRS Wheat Harvest (LAND OF LIQUID Blog)

So wheat harvest got going this week.  It has been hot and dry so the plots are ready.  You’ve seen this many times before where the scaled cart follows the combine from plot to plot.  The yields have been very good, over 100 bushel dryland.  But recall we had a wet spring that was of… Continue reading

Kentucky Corn Looking Great with AgroLiquid

So last week, Senior Sales Manager Galynn, SAM Rob and I went down to Hopkinsville, KY to visit the Security Seed & Chemical Research Farm.  It is a large facility where fertilizer plots are established each year to test different program, both old and new.  Fertilizer Agronomist Lang French met us at the plots to… Continue reading

Fast-Growing Corn (LAND OF LIQUID Blog)

So how fast does corn grow anyway?  I recently read an article in a Pioneer update that told about spraying a stalk with paint and then checking it the next day.  I shared this my friend Chris Cook who farms in SE Wyoming and thought it would be a good project for his young boys… Continue reading

All About Nitrogen Fertlizer: We will learn! (LAND OF LIQUID Blog)

So I have showed pictures of Dr. Zouheir and his various nutrient capture studies.  Of particular interest is the nitrogen experiments where he captured ammonia as it volatilized off the soil surface from different N treatments.  Well all of those were practice leading up to this big one.  After surface applications of different sources and… Continue reading

Getting a Wheat Crop to Harvest Isn’t Easy (LAND OF LIQUID Blog)

So one more post from the Palouse in SE Washington.  We have a field trial with a grower and Eric and I walked it last Wednesday.  This is soft white winter wheat and it is looking good.  The heads are filling grain now, and grain protein is being made now too.  Yield and protein determine… Continue reading

Steptoe Butte: Spectacular! (LAND OF LIQUID Blog)

So I have been to the Palouse Region of the Pacific Northwest numerous times.  It is made of rolling hills that contains fertile soil for growing a variety of crops, but mostly Winter and Spring wheat, peas and lentils.  It is in SE Washington, W Central Idaho and down to NE Oregon. It is home… Continue reading

Oregon Grass Research (LAND OF LIQUID Blog)

So when you think of farming, there are usually images of corn and wheat that come to mind.  But all of the produce that is used across the world comes from a farmer.  And that includes grass seed.  Imagine trying to plant a yard or football field and there was no grass seed!  Well farmers… Continue reading

High Water in Montana (LAND OF LIQUID Blog)

So the joke is that you get average weather data by averaging last year’s drought and this year’s flood.  Such is the case in Montana this year.  When I was there last week there was plenty of water everywhere.  Glad I brought my rubber boots. Not for wading in the rivers, but for walking in fields like… Continue reading


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