Increasing corn yields needs not just more nitrogen application but proper nutrient balance.
IT takes more than high nitrogen uptake for corn to realize its maximum yield potential. Nitrogen, potassium and phosphorus uptake need to be in the proper ratio.
This was one of the main findings of a comprehensive review of corn research in the U.S. and worldwide over the past 100 years by cropping systems specialists Ignacio Ciampitti
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