Using the soil extraction test as described by Brian Kuehl, you can find out which nutrients that are already present in your soil are now available for uptake to your plants after using an in-furrow application of the chelating-agent Levesol.
Sustainability is undeniably very important in agriculture, because people want to be sure their food and water supplies are being produced responsibly.
Phosphorus and nitrogen are a huge industry focus, but there is much more to nutrient availability than targeting only one or two nutrients.
One huge factor to consider in planting is that your crops might not have complete access to all the nutrients they need to grow properly. We’ve developed three steps for you to follow when determining whether or not your crops are making efficient use of the nutrients available to them.
With this year’s lower commodity prices and variable weather conditions, getting the best return on their investment is top of mind for both growers and their agronomists. Maximizing nutrient availability to increase nutrient efficiency is a method that many growers and agronomists are relying on to achieve maximum yields.
Observing root mass and stalk diameter can help determine the crop’s overall health. The crop’s health is a result of it’s ability to absorb micro and macronutrients that are essential for growth.