Improving Corn Fertilizer and Water Management – Field Video

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Watch our latest video to learn about this new technology that can tell us what’s happening beneath the soil surface. And to learn how to take a corn leaf tissue sample, watch the full video here:

North Carolina’s Northern Piedmont is the site for NC State University’s Official Variety Test for Corn in 2020 as well as an NC Corn Growers Association sponsored project on how manure application affects nitrogen in corn. Virtually visit the field site of these local research projects with Area Agent, Tim Hambrick, and Extension Specialist, Dr. Stephanie Kulesza. This is the second video of a multi-part series regarding the 2020 NW Corn Research and Field Day site in Yadkin County, NC.

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Jenny Carleo, N.C. Cooperative ExtensionJenny CarleoArea Specialized Agent, Agriculture - Grain Crops Serves 19 CountiesBased out of IredellCall Jenny Email Jenny N.C. Cooperative Extension, Iredell County Center

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Steph Kulesza, N.C. Cooperative ExtensionSteph KuleszaAssistant Professor & Extension Specialist - Nutrient Management & Animal Waste Call Steph Email Steph Crop & Soil Sciences
NC State Extension, NC State University
Posted on Jul 7, 2020
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