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FAQ: How do I start to reduce nitrogen?

Q1: How can I effectively control nitrogen in my farming practices?

A: Nitrogen management is crucial to avoid excessive use leading to problems requiring fungicides and plant growth regulators. To begin, consider the following steps:


Q2: What's the first step in mastering nitrogen control?

A: Start by procuring a high-quality fulvic acid product. Fulvic acid enhances nitrogen and nutrient uptake by up to 30%. By using it effectively, you can reduce your nitrogen application rate while achieving desired results. This serves as a simplified yet proven starting point.


Q3: Are there other elements to consider in nitrogen management?

A: Yes, in addition to fulvic acid, incorporate a quality carbon source and amino acids into your approach. Nutrients work best when not applied in isolation. Pairing nitrogen with a comprehensive trace element package ensures proper nitrogen breakdown into plant proteins, leading to increased yields.


Q4: How do I apply fulvic acid for nitrogen control?

A: Add a fulvic acid product at a concentration of 2% of the total liquid applied during your liquid nitrogen application. This helps maintain precise nitrogen control. Ensure that the carbon content in your sprays remains consistently high for optimal results.


Q5: Are there plans to explore nitrogen control strategies further?

A: Yes, as we progress through the year, there will be more in-depth discussions on this topic. Looking ahead to spring 2024, there's consideration for a slight increase in early soil nitrogen application at Brewood Park Farm due to early spring drought conditions. Adaptation and open-mindedness are key principles in intelligent farming. Stay tuned for more insights.

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