Category Archives: Nutrient Deficiency

Winter Wheat Fertility Considerations

It’s been a tough season for wheat so far.  It started wet and has stayed wet, so for a crop that doesn’t do well in saturated soil, we’re struggling in a lot of fields.  Most fields are showing a brownish … Continue reading

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Cool and Wet Soils Affecting Crops

     Each of the crops above had healthy root systems, and had no sign of threatening disease issues. The phosphorus and magnesium deficiency symptoms in corn and the stunted tobacco plants with necrotic spotting and burned leaf margins are … Continue reading

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Copper Deficiency in Wheat

The pictures above are a perfect example of how a minor element can have a major impact on crop production. According to the plant tissue analysis, this wheat tested at 4 ppm (parts per million) Copper concentration, and “adequate” levels … Continue reading

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