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Back to basics: breaking down plant nutrition


January 31, 2020
By Top Crop Manager

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High magnesium and low calcium levels tend to create magnesium deficiency in the plant

We all know that plants need a variety of nutrients – nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium, calcium, magnesium and sulfur, to name a few – to thrive and produce quality crops. But do you know why they’re important and how they function?

If you’d like a refresher on essential plant nutrients and how they are used, this agronomic back-to-basics article will inform you of what to feed your crops, the effects of certain nutrients and best use practices. As spring planting approaches, it’s never a bad idea to have tips like these top-of-mind. |READ MORE

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