Verified FBN Member (ND)


First time growing corn, curious of what I should put down for fertilizer.

This will be my first year growing corn. I am in the far north part of north dakota where a fantastic crop is 150 bushels. I am wondering what a good place to start for fertilizer would be. Its on last years soybean ground so i am counting on a couple pounds of nitrogen from them, but as far as 11-52 use and urea use or even other dry fertilizer types i am at a loss. Any help would be greatly appreciated


Verified FBN Member (IL)

My response is too late for this growing season, but you really need a good set of soil samples to know what is in your ground and what the ...


Verified FBN Member (AR)

Not sure if it would help being I'm in Arkansas. First year planting corn 2019. Shallow soil here no black dirt. Topsoil is usually couple...


Verified FBN Member (MN)

The previous posts are good advice. Not sure where exactly you are, but Centrol crop consulting service is probably close by you and has al...


Verified FBN Member (IA)

Kind of a loaded question really , but the answer above is good advice. Anhydrous will generally be the cheapest N option, but depending on...



Verified FBN Member (NE)

You need find a good agronomy guy. Not a coop guy but a private guy that doesn’t sell nutrients. Soil sample then get recommendations. I...



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