Adapt-N uses two components to the soybean N credit. One is a straight credit that is listed with the recommendation, and the other is indirectly a dynamic credit that is dependent on weather conditions and other user inputs. The tool recognizes that the so-called soybean N credit is mostly an absence of a corn-after-corn debit, which relates to the tie-up (immobilization) of nitrogen from corn stover. When corn follows soybean, this immobilization does not occur, which is then basically a nitrogen credit compared to corn following corn.
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- Password Resets and Changes
- Deactivating Users
- Importing Shapefiles
- How to Create a Zip File
- Weather data summary
- Which states are supported in Adapt-N?
- Why is the soybean N credit in the recommendation relatively low?
- How can I use Adapt-N and with crop sensors like Greenseeker and OptRx?
- Guidelines for Urea Applications and the use of Adapt-N
- General Crop and N Rules for Adapt-N