The recent streak of warmer than average weather is letting farmers get soil sampling done and apply the last of their fall fertilizer. The Mosaic Company technical sales manager Sherry Koch says certain nutrients are better to apply in the fall. “Phosphorus and potassium are both a good investment in the fall because they don’t move a lot in the soil. That’s why we can feel confident that they’ll still be there in the spring. Approximately 60 percent of yield is dependent on crop nutrition decisions. That’s one piece of the pie we want to focus on.” The Northern Plains has been lacking moisture this fall. Koch says all nutrients need some moisture in order to be available in the soil solution. Hear more from Koch in this Red River Farm Network interview.