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The Potential for Reducing N Fertilizer Inputs for Corn Production in the First Year Following Alfalfa
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  • Earl Creech, Utah State University
  • Grant Cardon, Utah State University
  • James Barnhill, Utah State University
  • Jody Gale, Utah State University
  • Clark Israelsen, Utah State University
  • Boyd Kitchen, Utah State University
  • Mark Nelson, Utah State University
  • Mike Pace, Utah State University
Document Type
Factsheet
Publisher
Utah State University Extension
Publication Date
8-1-2015
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Abstract
The objectives of the project reported in this fact sheet were to 1) examine current post-alfalfa N fertilizer credit guidelines and investigate the potential to further reduce N fertilizer rates (if possible) on first year corn after alfalfa across Utah, and 2) accordingly update the USU Extension corn management recommendations and promote grower awareness and adoption of the new guidelines.
Citation Information
Earl Creech, Grant Cardon, James Barnhill, Jody Gale, et al.. "The Potential for Reducing N Fertilizer Inputs for Corn Production in the First Year Following Alfalfa" (2015)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/earl-creech/1/