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|Fluid Fertilizer Technology Proving Adaptable To Rice Cultural Practices Drs. T. Walker, M. Cox, W. Kingery, S. Martin, L. Oldham, J. Street More precise application of P helps maximize yield and stabilize production.
Issue 58, Vol. 15, No. 4 - Fall 2007- Pages 17-19
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|Banded P Increases Sugarbeet Yields Drs. Jason Ellsworth and Bryan Hopkins Idaho studies show deep-banded APP produced the most significant increases
in sugarbeet production.
Issue 51, Vol. 14, No. 1 - Winter 2006 - Pages 14-16 (PDF,
pages, 88 KB)
|Fluids Shine in Rice Trials Dr. Fred Turner, Mike Jund, and Mark Hebert Texas studies show both the agronomic (yield) and economic advantages of
Issue 51, Vol. 14, No. 1 - Winter 2006 - Pages 20-23
(PDF, 3 pages, 189 KB)
|Basics Short Course FFF Feature Issue 50, Vol. 13,
No. 4 - Fall 2005 - Page 4 (PDF, 1 pages, 32 KB)
|When Banding, Fluids are the
Way to Go Dr. Raun Lohry Formulated to meet crop needs for macro-and micronutrients, with every drop
having the same analysis, fluid fertilizers offer distinct advantages.
Issue 33, Vol. 9, No. 2 - Spring 2001 - Pages 14-16
(PDF, 3 pages, 143 KB)
|Does Variable Distribution
Affect Liquid P-Use Efficiency? Drs. B Eghball and D.H. Sander Results indicate that at lower rates P solution is not distributed as a
continuous band but rather as droplets of different sizes.
Issue 32, Vol. 9, No. 1 - Winter 2000 - Pages 18-21
(PDF, 3 pages, 30.0 KB)
|Alfalfa Responds to High P
Rates, P Banding R.W. Mullen, and Drs. G.V. Johnson, J. F. Stritzke, J.L. Caddel, S.B.
Phillips, W.R. Raun Oklahoma State University trials show that additional profit may be realized
because implement and labor costs are decreased due to fewer applications.
Issue 32, Vol. 9, No. 1 - Winter 2001 - Pages 9-11
(PDF, 2 pages, 27.2 KB)
|Fluid Fertilizers in Direct
Seeding Systems Dr. Jeff J. Schoenau Ease of handling and simplicity in single-pass systems provide rapidly
growing market for fluids in Western Canada.
Issue 30, Vol. 8, No. 3 - Summer 2000 - Pages 14-15
(PDF, 2 pages, 14.7 KB)
|What About P Placement and
Rate on Furrow Irrigated, Ridge-Tilled Grain Sorghum? Drs. W. B. Gordon and D.A. Whitney Three-year Kansas study shows broadcasting not as effective as banding, plus
higher P rates improved yields.
Issue 30, Vol. 8, No. 3 - Summer 2000 - Pages 20-23
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|What About ‘One Pass’
Fertilization/Seeding Drs. Adrian M. Johnston and Cynthia Grant Canadian studies with liquid show minimal effect on wheat germination and
maintenance of yields. Not so with barely and canola.
Issue 29, Vol. 8, No. 2 - Spring 2000 - Pages 8-11
(PDF, 3 pages, 23.5 KB)
|P Fertility And Placement
Enhance Wheat Forage Yields Drs. Travis Miller and Brent Bean Texas scientists emphasize the importance of adequate P in a wheat/beef
Issue 27, Vol. 7, No. 4 - Fall 1999 - Pages 10-13
(PDF, 3 pages, 22.4 KB)
|Nutrient Placement Affects
Yield in Grain Sorghum Dr. Dan Sweeney Kansas scientist compares sorghum responses to broadcast, dribble, and
knifing of NPK suspension fertilizers in two-year placement study.
Issue 26, Vol. 7, No. 3 - Summer 1999 - Pages 10-13
(PDF, 3 pages, 253 KB)
|P Boosts Wheat Forage Yields
in West Texas Drs. Travis D. Miller and Brent Bean Researchers use irrigated vs. dryland conditions, as well as surface-applied
P vs. deep-banded P in multi-site comparison trials.
Issue 25, Vol. 7, No. 2 - Spring 1999 - Pages 22-25
(PDF, 3 pages, 18.5 KB)
|What About P Loss? Drs. W.M. Stewart, K.A. Janssen, and K. Polizotto Researchers have and are developing strategies for keeping phosphorus in
place. Management is key.
Issue 23, Vol. 6, No. 4 - Fall 1998 - Pages 14-18
(PDF, 3 pages, 83.8 KB)
|Root Zone Banding Speeds Up
MSP FFF Review Improved soil tilth improves water-holding capacity and creates a more
favorable environment for growing plants.
Issue 23, Vol. 6, No. 4 - Fall 1998 - Pages 20-21
(PDF, 2 pages, 18.8 KB)
|Timing and Placement One Key
To High Yields Dr. Stanley A. Barber Purdue scientist shows how strip placement of fluids is superior to
Issue 16, Vol. 5, No. 1 - Winter 1996 - Pages 20-23
(PDF, 2 pages, 21.8 KB)
|Fertility Management A Must
For High-Profit Yields Bill Lohry All-encompassing strategy must be developed and implemented to overcome
obstacles that can drain profits from high-yielding reduced-till crops.
Issue 16, Vol. 5, No. 1 - Winter 1996 - Pages 24-27
(PDF, 3 pages, 67.4 KB)
|Sorghum Yields Similar In
Placement Trails Drs. F.W. Chichester and J.E. Morrison, Jr. Researchers postulate soil moisture level may affect crop response in
surface vs. subsurface comparison trials.
Issue 11, Vol. 3, No. 4 - Fall 1995 - Pages 14-15
(PDF, 2 pages, 19.4 KB)
|Injecting N Cuts Application
Rate In Half? Drs. R.K. Roberts, D.C. Gerloff, D.D. Howard Could be, say University of Tennessee researchers who set up models
comparing broadcasting with injecting UAN in no-till corn.
Issue 10, Vol. 3, No. 3 - Summer 1995 - Pages 11-13
(PDF, 2 pages, 16.0 KB)
|Injection Is Most Effective
Method Of UAN Placement C.L. Mann and Drs. D.B. Mengel and S.E. Hawkins Comparison trials show effects of timing, application methods, and
nitrification inhibitors on no-till corn yields.
Issue 10, Vol. 3, No. 3 - Summer 1995 - Pages 24-27
(PDF, 3 pages, 18.8 KB)
|Nitrogen Management Key In
Conservation Tillage Crop Production Dr. Donald J. Eckert Ohio studies show that method and timing of N placement have an effect on
Issue 8, Vol. 3, No. 1 - Winter 1995 - Pages 11-13
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|Sub-Surface Placement Best In
Reduced-Till Drs. R.E. Lamond, W.B. Gordon, D.L. Fjell Kansas research shows importance of nutrient management/hybrid selection in
boosting crop yield.
Issue 8, Vol. 3, No. 1 - Winter 1995 - Pages 14-15
(PDF, 2 pages, 194 KB)
|Extra Crop Is Payoff In Dryland
No-Till Intensified Cropping System Dr. D.G. Westfall, Dr. G.A. Peterson, R.L. Kolberg, L. Sherrod N management improves in dryland no-till production system where cropping
intensity is increased versus traditional wheat-fallow system.
Issue 6, Vol. 2, No. 3 - Summer 1994 - Pages 18-20
(PDF, 3 pages, 22.3 KB)
|"There must be phosphorus
uptake by half of the root system." Staff Report Fluid Journal interviews Dr. Stan Barber, Purdue University.
Issue 4, Vol. 2, No. 1 - Winter 1994 - Pages 32-33
(PDF, 3 pages, 49.0 KB)
|Change A Necessity When
Switching To Ridge-Till, No-Till Dr. George Rehm Fertilizer management studies in conservation-till focus on NPK.
Issue 1, Vol. 1, No. 1 - Spring 1993 - Pages 22-24
(PDF, 3 pages, 18.5 KB)
|Understanding Influence of P Placement Under Field Conditions Drs. G. Hettiarachchi, D. Mengel and Mr. Khatiwada Issue 75, Vol. 20, No. 1 - Winter 2012 - Pages 11-13
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