Corn and Soybean Grain Yield Response to Different Phosphorus Fertilization Rates and Soil-Test Phosphorus Levels

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2018-01-01
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Mallarino, Antonio
Jones, John
Thompson, Louis
Pecinovsky, Kenneth
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Phosphorus (P) fertilization is needed for profitable crop production in most Iowa soils. Extensive research has been conducted for decades on crop yield response to P and calibration of soil-test P methods. Frequent changes in crop genotypes and increasing yield levels necessitates continuous research to revise and update management guidelines as needed. This report summarizes results of a multi-year experiment conducted to evaluate corn and soybean grain yield response to different P fertilization rates and soil-test P levels.

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