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NEW: Corn Silage Nutrient Management
When producers think of managing soil nutrients for corn production, they likely think first of nitrogen — but nitrogen is just the beginning of the story. Corn silage growers also need to test for and manage potassium, phosphorus and micronutrients.

Corn Silage Nutrient Management
 
 

Wet Springs Can Reduce Fiber Digestibility
Corn silage tends to feature better fiber digestibility when the crop experiences dry-but-not-too-hot growing conditions prior to tasseling. So far, 2015 has been wetter than ideal for many forage growers, setting up the crop for some potential fiber digestibility issues.

Wet Springs Can Reduce Fiber Digestibility
 
 

Soil Compaction Can Rob Long-Term Crop Yields
Forage experts at DuPont Pioneer suggest growers review individual production challenges and plant the variety or varieties that provide the best solutions. The good news is that plenty of options are available for a range of growing environments.

Soil Compaction Can Rob Long-Term Crop Yields
 

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