What are you guys doing for liquid fertilizer rates directly in the trench for soybeans?
Im a first generation farmer with an old 7100 jd planter with liquid fertilizer going directly in the trench it’s not set up with 2by2 or anything like that.. I ran 3 gallons of 3-18-18 and 5 gallons of water this last spring for a total of 8gallons per acre so I had a steady flow throughout the trench. Now my question, is 3 gallons of product to much for the seed? Is 5 gallons of water just ruining and diluting the product? Thanks everyone!
It's a salt issue on newly germinating seed. Look for low salt starters if you want to take the fert rate higher. Label should have max reco...More
You are what I would call in the safe zone because soybeans are very sensitive like ***** said. I was a coop salesman for 10 years so spent ...More
So are you saying that liquid fertilizer in the trench is pointless and a waste of money? Will I see a yield difference?
On soybeans yes provided there is somewhat adequate phosphorus available in my experience. Not saying it's exact science. Split a field you ...More
I actually did that this last year I ran 3-18-18, a little 0-0-25-17S, micros and sugar, which was recommended for us going off soil sample...More
Look in the proven products in the Becks PFR book on there website.
Use a low salt starter, I use 2 gallons 2 15 19 but not directly on seed, use a splitter on your seed firmer
I’m having a hard time understanding the the splitter.. I know what your talking about I’ve been told to put on some Keeton seed firmers wit...More
Yes, keeton seed firmers push the seed down for better seed to soil contact, without the splitter the starter will go on the seed which is f...More
I was able to break through my yield ceiling of 70 bu beans last year using an in furrow program. Feel free to call me on how I was set up ...More
I will for sure give you a shout! Thanks I appreciate that!