Crop Progress

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Jul 2, 2019

Planting Progress

 

Moving into July, watch Agronomist Dave Dyson and Product Specialist Jessica link discuss the importance of tissue testing your crops and considerations for corn sidedress.

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Tissue Testing to Find Deficiencies

  1. If you see a deficiency, yield is already impacted
  2. Although a field may look fine, perform a tissue test to diagnose hidden deficiencies and determine a course of action

Diagnosing Multiple Deficiencies

  1. Nutrients interact with each other which may cause a misdiagnosed nutrient deficiency
  2. Wet weather has caused restricted root growth making it difficult for roots to get all the necessary nutrients

Considerations for Corn Sidedress

  1. Talk to your ag advisor to determine a plan for total nitrogen use or perform a Pre-Sidedress Nitrate Test (PSNT)
  2. Consider using carbon humate products to protect the nitrogen and feed the microbes in the soil
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