Two-thirds of the corn grown in the United States comes from two types of seed: corn oilseed rape and corn starch.
That’s why it’s crucial to choose the right fertilizer for your corn plants.
Here’s what you need to know.
How much does it cost?
Liquid fertilizer can cost as little as $5 a gallon, while corn oil seed rape costs $2 a gallon.
In general, you’ll need about 2 pounds of liquid fertilizer per plant.
But it may be more if you plant the seed in a different part of the field, or it may cost more if the seed has been milled, and it’s been processed.
How long does it last?
Liquid fertilizers can last for up to 1,000 years, and corn oil can last up to 3,000.
But they can also be damaged if stored improperly.
What do you need?
The seed can be ground into a powder called mesic, which can be mixed with a fertilizer mix.
That fertilizer mixes into a solution that you add to the seed, and that mix forms a solid, powdery fertilizer.
How do you use it?
Use the powdery mix on your corn plant to help it germinate, and then pour the liquid fertilizer into the corn plant.
The liquid fertilizer will help keep your plant growing, and you’ll also have an extra supply of fertilizer for future uses.