A southwest Minnesota farmer is sticking with his crop fertility program despite record-high fertilizer prices.
Bryan Biegler of Lake Wilson says he recently finished side-dressing corn.
“All my P&K was put on last fall, so I had that locked in on last year’s prices yet before they started taking their big increase. Had to bite the bullet with the anhydrous this year, but I haven’t backed off on anything.”
He tells Brownfield he wants to maximize the potential of this year’s crop.