Corn+Soybean Digest

Micronutrients pay off in yield

Are your crops getting the micronutrients they need when they need them? A recent Purdue University study suggests that it may be past time to pay more attention to micronutrient availability – if you plan to manage the high-yield details.

Simply adding micronutrients to your fertilizer program is not the answer, even with a good fertility base, says Matt Harbur, resource agronomist, Trupointe Co-op, Piqua, Ohio. And part of a complete program is picking genetics that respond to excellent fertility.

Read more about having a micronutrient strategy in place for your corn and soybean crops.


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