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Dr. Dan Talks Agronomy
Dan Davidson DTN Contributing Agronomist
Mon Jan 5, 2015 01:00 PM CST

QUESTION: "I enjoyed your article on baling stalks, but was wondering if one should also take into account the nitrogen that is removed with the bales. Although it may be tied up until it is mineralized, would it not ultimately be available to the plants after mineralization occurs? Also wondering about the potential loss of micronutrients in calculating the budget for the baling enterprise."

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I enjoy getting reader letters and the question above came as a result of a December article exploring the cost of removing cornstalks including labor to harvest and concentrated on phosphorus and potassium. There is ...

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