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Re: Spreading fertalizer with a 560

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Kyle Koehler from Dunkirk

09-28-2012 11:33:10

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when you guys say a custom job would it be any better than me doing it myself if i have samples taken? and around what price am I looking at for 20 acres? and how exactly do you apply urea ? sorry just trying to wrap my head around all this haha

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09-28-2012 18:09:37

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 Re: Spreading fertalizer with a 560 in reply to Kyle Koehler from Dunkirk, 09-28-2012 11:33:10  
If you're going to use annhydrous,first and foremost get EDUCATED on it!Safty procedures,appicating,.....and,a 560 is not enough tractor for a rig.Last time I used annhydrous,I had it custom applied at a cost of $18/acre.Go with dry program.Your fert guy should have a cart for you to use to spread grannular.I have pulled a cart with aSuperM in 4th gear.You said you have a dry fert,box on your planter-Perfect!ues it.I am currently useing liquid side dressed at cultivation.Use a 706 pulling a 6r cultivator with a 200 gallon tank up front.Good luck with your corn project!

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09-28-2012 12:32:42

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 Re: Spreading fertalizer with a 560 in reply to Kyle Koehler from Dunkirk, 09-28-2012 11:33:10  
What kind of bedding is in that horse manure? Wood shavings will actually remove nitrogen from the soil when they start to break down . . . the nitrogen will eventually be released back into the soil, but it takes a long time. I'd suggest composting the manure if it has shavings in it instead of direct spreading.

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