Any one have experience with soil nitrogen levels in corn that fails from drought. We applied nitrogen for 180 bushel corn about 125 units of N. If we stay on the drier side so we don’t loose nitrogen to leaching I am expecting to see good residual nitrogen in the soil (I maybe wrong). If we do see soil nitrogen this fall considering planting winter wheat or rye to try and use this nitrogen. Anyone ever tried this? I know it is risky with the possibility of scab but seems like there is a potential to use the nitrogen instead of planting beans and just wasting the residual nitrogen.
Any thoughts??? Picture isn’t to serious but doesn’t look as good anymore since the 100 degree heat the last few days, a lot more brown on leaves now.