Yes, sidedressing corn is always good, especially on a wet year where the preplant N is carried too far down by the excess rain. Wait till the corn is maybe 12"-18" tall and then run through it with the sidedressing rig. You can sidedress taller corn but you might prune roots. Some guys dribble the N down the middle of the row but then you are reliant on a rain in the next couple of days to take it into the ground. I apply half of the liquid N or 32% preplant and then sidedress the rest.
Soybeans don't need N. There have been some experiments with applying N to beans but the response isn't much if any and timing is critical. Jim
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