Articles about fertilizers


Healthy soils, healthy future

Last updated: 06/29/2018

A recent soil symposium in Rome shared scientific evidence to support actions to prevent and reduce soil pollution. Did you know that there are more soil microorganisms in a teasp

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Majority of Fertilizers Continue Higher

Last updated: 06/04/2018

Telvent DTN, LLC, doing business as “DTN The Progressive Farmer” or “Schneider Electric” (hereinafter “Schneider Electric”) respects individual privacy and values the c

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Iowa's share of nitrate to Mississippi, Missouri rivers disproportionate to water flow

Last updated: 06/04/2018

A new University of Iowa study shows the nitrate flowing from Iowa farm fields is a substantial part of the total load in the Mississippi and Missouri rivers. From 1999 to 2016, I

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How to fertilize trees, shrubs, flowers and fruits

Last updated: 05/30/2018

• Although many fertilizers are specially packaged for plants like roses, tomatoes or trees, an all-purpose, well-balanced fertilizer like 10-10-10 is effective, eliminating the

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Fertilizers Continue Mostly Higher

Last updated: 05/26/2018

Telvent DTN, LLC, doing business as “DTN The Progressive Farmer” or “Schneider Electric” (hereinafter “Schneider Electric”) respects individual privacy and values the c

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Yara N-Tester - to measure leaf nitrogen

Last updated: 05/25/2018

Yara N-Tester is a hand held leaf nitrogen measurement tool which enables quick and easy readings to be taken in a growing crop to establish its exact nitrogen status. This enable

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Polymers overcapacity starting to bite in some grades as US plants start up - Borealis CEO

Last updated: 05/09/2018

LONDON (ICIS)--New polymers capacities coming on stream in the US are starting to be felt in the market, with low quality grades being the first to notice a change in market condit

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Old-time rutabagas back en vogue

Last updated: 05/08/2018

Rutabagas were developed in the Middle Ages and are thought to be a cross between turnips and cabbages. They're similar to turnips, but sweeter. Seed is readily available on many s

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Climate Change Home Page

Last updated: 05/07/2018

In November 2017, the COP23 (Conference of Parties, the decision-making body of the United Nations Framework Climate Change Convention) adopted a landmark Decision on Agriculture,

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One Minnesota water issue mellows as rally begins

Last updated: 05/07/2018

Radar As it stands, the rules ban the fertilizer on frozen fields in the fall in areas of the state where soil is likely to allow the nitrates to leech into underground water suppl

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