This project is designed to study the nitrogen (N) fertilization needs in continuous corn and corn rotated with soybean as influenced by location and climate. Multiple rates of fertilizer N are spring applied, with the intent to measure yield response to N within each rotation on a yearly basis, for multiple years, at multiple sites across Iowa. This will allow the determination of N requirements for each rotation practice, differences that exist between the two rotations, responses to applied N across different soils and climatic conditions, and evaluation of tools used to adjust N application.
How to Cite:
Sawyer, J. E. & Barker, D. W., (2002) “Seasonal and Rotational Influences on Corn Nitrogen Requirements, Armstrong Farm”, Iowa State University Research and Demonstration Farms Progress Reports 2001(1).