I thought others might want to watch last night's IA gov's debate because they discuss the future regulations on fert in IA. Go to 43:25ish for the discussion. http://www.iptv.org/iowapress/story.cfm/12028/video/ipd_20140814_gov_debate Lets not make a political conversation. Maybe focus on personal responsibility and any land stewardship practices you have to better utilize the fertilizer in your program? Sadly I must be honest and say most my accounts haven't had a soil sample taken. None of them have had any service other than mowing for who knows how long. I don't do anything other than not waste the product. I apply less than a ton of 46-0-0 a year. Usually I put a 50# bag across 30K instead of 20K that is on the label. I only do this once in the Spring. I sprayed some UAN a few weeks ago, the day before we got out last rain, but I only sprayed a couple of small accts I mow. I was spraying some dicamba and 2,4-d that day to zap some pesky clover and plantains that survived the first spray I did when I spread the 46-0-0 back in the Spring. The fact that it comes up in a debate opened my eyes a bit. I hope I am doing all I can to be responsible.