Growers preparing for the upcoming planting season have options to combat Iron Deficiency Chlorosis, also known as IDC. IDC is a soil issue common in certain geographies and known to cause soybean yield loss. IDC tends to occur in soil with high pH levels, because the more alkaline soil can prevent iron from being reduced to a soluble state that can be used by the plant for healthy development.
Listen to Steve Carlsen, technical specialist with West Central Distribution as he discusses with Micheal Clements, National Association of Farm Broadcasting (NAFB), the key indicators of IDC and how growers can prevent IDC from reducing their crop yields.
Learn more about the following:
- What are key indicators of Iron Deficiency Chlorosis (IDC)?
- Why should growers treat for IDC?
- How can growers best combat IDC?
- How does Soygreen compare to other IDC products on the market?