Fertilizer in the Seed Furrow Peanut Notes No. 59 2022

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I discourage use of fertilizers applied in the seed furrow. I don’t see any benefit and we have on occasion lost stands. We did work last year with a product and emergence was delayed when the fertilizer was applied. Outside of inoculant and insecticide, benefits of other products are minimal and risks increase.

With production costs, before I put anything unique in the seed furrow at planting I would make sure someone else has done it first and not had any issues. And my answer would still be to avoid products other than inoculants for biological nitrogen fixation, insecticides for thrips control, Velum for nematode suppression, and Proline for pathogen suppression. Contributions from Velum and Proline have been marginal in our work over the years, especially with good rotations.