A nitrogen stabilizer may be an effective option to maximize the efficiency of the fertilizer application. Helena wholesale sales representative Tim Stanislawski says it is important to protect that nitrogen. “We do have wet conditions and to help protect the investment you put in the field is key.” With the late spring, the timing of the fertilizer application is also a consideration. “The best way to do it is to have the fertilizer down upfront, but if you have to wait a few days before you can fertilizer out there with a floater, having it spread on top is not a bad deal.”
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