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FSNT

Farmers who plant wheat and barley for grain production must determine soil nitrate levels before applying additional nitrogen. This includes nitrogen supplied from chemical fertilizer and from...

Fall Soil Nitrate Test (FSNT) (EBR-15)

Recent research has demonstrated that winter wheat and barley grain yields and economic return to fertilizer applications are not reliably improved by a fall nitrogen application when an adequate amount of nitrate already exists in the soil. Regulations effective October 2012 require that farmers...
Are you planting winter wheat or barley grain this fall? Regulations now require a Fall Soil Nitrate Test (FSNT) for soil nitrate concentrations before nitrogen or manure is applied. FSNT testing is...

Fall Soil Nitrate Testing Workshop

Friday, Jul. 26, 2013 - 9:30am to 11:30am
University of Maryland Wye Research and Education Center, Queenstown, Maryland
Fall Soil Nitrate Testing Workshop The University of Maryland Extension (UME) Agricultural Nutrient Management Program will offer a training workshop on fall soil nitrate testing (FSNT) on Friday, July 26, 2013 from 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. at the University of Maryland Wye Research and Education...

EBR-15 Fall Soil Nitrate Test (FSNT)

Recent research has demonstrated that winter wheat and barley grain yields and economic return to fertilizer applications are not reliably improved by a fall nitrogen application when an adequate amount of nitrate already exists in the soil. Regulations effective October 2012 require that farmers...
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