In a post University of Minnesota Soil Scientist Jeff Vetsch comments "How should rising nitrogen fertilizer prices impact corn farmers' decision making for the 2022 growing season"
The University of Minnesota Extension-Nicollet and Sibley County Extension will be holding a Nutrient Management Strategies Field Day on Friday, Sept. 10 starting at 10 a.m.
(ABC 6 News) - Minnesota hasn't seen this kind of drought in a long time, with 52 percent of the state now experiencing a severe drought.
Despite the timely rains in parts of south-central Minnesota, the new Drought Monitor map shows expanding areas of severe and extreme drought in the state.
I have heard many times records were made to be broken. Here is one that I hope will not be broken! So far June 2021 is the driest month in Minnesota in 110 years of weather records at the Southern Research and Outreach Center at Waseca( SROC.)
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Scientist, Tom Hoverstad speaks to Mankato Free Press about Crop stress and worries of drought.
"I knew April 2021 was dry but did not realize how dry. It was the 4th driest April at SROC in about 110 years of records." SROC Agronomist Tom Hoverstad visted with Jerry Groskreutz, KDHL Radio.
Determining ideal nitrogen rates can be tricky though, said University of Minnesota Soil Scientist Jeff Vetsch. Using proper N math and taking...
Agronomist Tom Hoverstad discusses the dry spring and early planting opportunity with the Mankato Free Press.