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The economy of cold soil blues: Starter fertilizer for corn not necessarily a boost
Corn farmers in Minnesota and across the northern Corn Belt often must plant in cold, damp spring soils that can slow early season growth. One way farmers in these colder regions deal with the problem is to apply starter fertilizer directly to their corn seed at planting. In-furrow is a common way that farmers in areas with cooler spring temperatures attempt to beat the cold soil blues.
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