Nitrogen Fertilizer and Swine Manure Application to Soybean

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2001-12-06
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Sawyer, John
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Proceedings of the Integrated Crop Management Conference
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Nitrogen (N) fertilization and manure application are not traditional nutrient management practices for soybean production. Soybean is a legume plant and assumed to obtain adequate N through symbiotic N2-fixation. Also, since manure contains plant-available N in addition to other nutrients, it is preferentially used for com production to gain economic advantage from the manure-N.

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