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Soil Drainage, Tillage, And Crop Residue Management Impacts On Corn N Use Efficiency And Soil Health

Study author(s): Fabian Fernandez and Seth Naeve, University of Minnesota
Years of study: 2022
Location(s): Wells, MN

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During the 2022 growing season precipitation amounts in April were adequate, which was important to reduce the water deficit created by the droughty conditions in 2021 (Table 1). However, most of the growing season (May-July) was drier and hotter than normal. Because of these conditions, corn grain yields were limited by water in addition to the variables designed for testing in this study. Thus, results from this year should be viewed in light of the weather limitations.

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