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  • Noble News and Views
  • 1999
  • May

To Fertilize or Not to Fertilize???

The real answer to this question depends on many factors such as your goals for the enterprise, soil type, fertility status of the soil, weather and so on. Another question could be how many cows or other livestock are needed for an economical enterprise? Perhaps you have the wrong enterprise if profit is the primary goal.
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  • Noble News and Views
  • 2001
  • December

Any Miracle Products Out There?

Do any of the advertised "miracle" soil concoctions actually work?
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  • 2003
  • April

Think Before Applying Fertilizer

Some producers apply the same amount of fertilizer on all their land. Some fertilize their poorer quality soils more heavily. Others spend the majority of their fertilizer money on their best soils. What is the best strategy?
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  • Noble News and Views
  • 1999
  • December

More About Yield Goals

We have written about the importance of yield goals but believe a review is needed. Those of you who have soils tested and want a fertilizer recommendation know that the expected yield (yield goal) has almost the same influence on the fertilizer recommendation as the soil test values. In many instances, the testing facility personnel assume a yield goal or send only the test results to the sample owner if they receive no yield goal with the soil sample.
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  • 2000
  • July

At the Mercy of the Weather

A fertilization study was conducted on bermudagrass grown at the Noble Research Institute's Pasture Demonstration Farm. Our data shows a definite relationship between rainfall and forage production and suggests that rainfall received during the growing season is critical.
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  • 2003
  • July

What Does This Number Mean?

What do the numbers on this soil test report mean? It is a question I hear often, so don't feel alone if you have asked it.
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  • 2004
  • December

Is There a Future for Ammonium Nitrate?

All these new regulations and laws are likely to have the effect of making ammonium nitrate both less available and more expensive relative to other nitrogen fertilizer products. What does this mean to you?