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Reducing the amount of nitrogen that crops need to reach their maximum yield potential is the aim of researchers in Nebraska and Alabama. Recent price increases for nitrogen fertilizer underscore the need for new crop varieties that can produce more grain from less fertilizer.

Reducing the amount of nitrogen that crops need to reach their maximum yield potential is the aim of researchers in Nebraska and Alabama. Recent price increases for nitrogen fertilizer underscore the need for new crop varieties that can produce more grain from less fertilizer.

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Rows of sorghum sway in the wind in this 2016 file photo.

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Benjamin Hahn drives a combine while harvesting corn with his four sons.

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Luis Montes, left, and Jose Arranda take a break while waiting for an issue with the cotton gin, at the United Ag Hillje location, to be resolved.