Nutrient availability is essential for crops throughout the growing period, particularly in the early growth stages. Crucial micronutrients such as phosphorous and nitrogen can get tied up in the soil and rendered unavailable for uptake by the plant. It’s important to develop a fertility plan that optimizes both the nutrients in your fertilizer, as well as the nutrients in the soil.
Take the P Challenge & Maximize Your YieldsRate this post Phosphorus is a key essential nutrient necessary to optimize healthy plant growth and yields. However, industry research shows that over 50 percent of production acres are phosphorus deficient. Research also shows 83 percent of growers are concerned about phosphorus getting tied up in the soil. […]