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Interview: The autumn scan is part of the fertilization

Blog - Interview: The autumn scan is part of the fertilization | 13.09.2020
The AGRAR Dresdner Vorland has been working with the YARA N-Sensor for many years and has used it almost from the beginning to carry out an autumn scan as well. We met with operations manager Mirko Pietzsch and asked what benefits the autumn scan brings to the company. Read more

Workshop review: Dealing with the fertilizer ordinance

Blog - Workshop review: Dealing with the fertilizer ordinance | 06.03.2020
The current fertilizer ordinance is poorly made in terms of content and methodology. Its strict observance and the adherence to old fertilization habits will undoubtedly lead to financial losses. But there are ways out of a system of limited N supply Read more

Precision in corn production

Blog - Precision in corn production | 18.10.2019
Strategies in corn cultivation are continuously optimized. Nevertheless, it still poses a number of economic, ecological and political challenges. Digital processes can increase the efficiency of maize production and at the same time conserve natural resources. Read more

Blog - Variable N fertilization increases yields and saves nitrogen | 25.04.2019
This spring, the amended Fertiliser Ordinance is having a particularly strong effect on N fertilisation on farms. Restrictions due to the fertiliser requirement value and the tightening of the company nutrient comparison are being imposed on many farms. Read more

Downed - when trials go wrong

Blog - Downed - when trials go wrong | 01.03.2019
The number of practice-relevant experiments on sensor-controlled nitrogen fertilization is currently still relatively low. On-farm research is therefore urgently needed. The trials are subject to clear principles and rules. If these are not observed or violated, results without general validity and unsuitable for publication. The research work of the Schleswig-Holstein Chamber of Agriculture is exemplary in this respect. Read more

Yield potential maps a second time - Why, agronomically, they make no sense at all

Blog - Yield potential maps a second time - Why, agronomically, they make no sense at all | 19.12.2018
Yield potential maps and yield targets are mostly used to measure the optimal nitrogen fertilization. With this approach, however, we are unfortunately on the wrong track. The attempt is to calculate the N fertilizer required by balancing plant growth, N consumption and N fertilizer supplied as in a static black box. However, nature is not that simple... Read more

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