The Value of Regional Annual Nitrogen Needs Information for Wheat Producers in Oklahoma
David Roberts (),
William R. Raun and
John B. Solie
No 6734, 2008 Annual Meeting, February 2-6, 2008, Dallas, Texas from Southern Agricultural Economics Association
Crop producers are increasingly interested in reducing nitrogen use without sacrificing yield. Technology is available for precise application at the sub-field level, but adoption has been sluggish. This paper estimates the relative profitability of a field level annual predictor of mid-season N requirements and a regional predictor of the same.
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