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Field Notes: Sidedressing nitrogen in corn

Sidedressing nitrogen

On Wednesday, June 2, University of Minnesota Extension's weekly Field Notes webinar featured an in-depth discussion on sidedressing nitrogen in corn. Extension nutrient management specialists and educators discussed sidedress considerations for this year, research on sidedressing manure, and more.

Listen to the episode

  • Dan Kaiser, Extension nutrient management specialist
  • Fabian Fernandez, Extension nitrogen management specialist
  • Melissa Wilson, Extension manure management specialist
  • Jeff Vetsch, Researcher at the Southern Research and Outreach Center
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An all-new weekly crops program from the University of Minnesota Extension Crops Team!

The Field Notes program is designed for farmers and agricultural professionals as a weekly webinar program addressing all your crop-related questions in real-time in an interactive, discussion-based format.

The Field Notes program will run Wednesday mornings from 7:30-8am throughout the growing season. It features a live webinar with interactive discussions that address in-season cropping issues as they arise. Topics may include nutrient management, agronomics, pest management, equipment, and more.

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