Feeding the crop is a must for top yields. AgroLiquid National Agronomy Manager Stephanie Zelinko says micronutrients should be an important part of a fertility program. “For many years, farmers just worried about nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium and now we’re seeing things like sulfur show up. As you push higher yields, those secondary micros become even more critical.” With dry conditions, Zelinko says yield expectations many need to be adjusted. Spoon feeding the crop during the growing season is also an option.
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