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Maximize Hay Production

To maximize hay production, Edd’s recommends applying 200 pounds per acre of 3-10-30 liquid fertilizer after every cutting. Add micronutrients boron and sulfur to the first application to increase plant height and budding. Insecticide may also be added with every application to control potato leafhoppers and other pests. After the last cutting of alfalfa is taken off, apply 200 pounds per acre of dry potash (0-0-60) to winterize the field. Maintain a pH of 6.7 or higher for optimal yield.

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Root Discovery May Lead to Crops That Need Less Fertilizer
1/23/2018
Penn State researchers say their recent findings have implications for plant breeders and improving crop productivity in nutrient-poor soils.
Can Corn Prices Get Above the Current Range?
1/23/2018
March corn futures prices continue to hover in a range between $3.48 and $3.60.
5 Tips for Profitably Managing Sulfur
1/22/2018
Sulfur is becoming increasingly important to crop production.

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