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Discussion Board - Re: No-till Corn

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Erik Ks farmer

12-03-2012 16:01:29

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Depends where you're at as to variety. I'm in Kansas, don't plant anything shorter than a 104 day and most 106 day in the bottoms. As to no till, how do you plan to get nitrogen to the crop? You can broadcast your starter (I put 18-50-30 on mine) but getting a large dose of N to the crop is more tricky in no till. You can't broadcast that much N without working it in. You will need to put on liquid or anhydrous. The final question is what do you have for a planter?

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cooney minnie

12-03-2012 18:45:02

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 Re: No-till Corn in reply to Erik Ks farmer, 12-03-2012 16:01:29  
If winter wheat would have been successful, odds are your land is drained well enough for no-till corn.

No-tilling corn into soybean stubble is a no brainer... there is little or no resdue to worry about, and most modern planters will do it with or without no-till attatchments.

As mentioned above, figure out how you would put N down. We do up to 100 lbs N as urea in the starter fertilizer. You may wish for more than that, depending upon yield goal and soybean N credit.

Urea will de-nitrify if left unincorporated on the surface. This can be solved by spreading just before a rain, or by using Ammonium Sulfate in place of urea.

Good luck.

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