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Boron – A Critical Nutrient Required for Root Growth and Potassium Uptake

A balanced supply of essential macro- and micronutrients is one of the most important factors to achieve higher crop yields. Boron (B) is one of eight micronutrients needed for proper plant growth. Lack of B in plant tissue can reduce cell wall function and stability, cell elongation, root growth, nutrient uptake and crop yields. This article describes the role of B in root growth and nutrient uptake, with a special emphasis on potassium (K).

MicroEssentials® SZ® Winter Canola Fertility in the Southern Plains

Evaluate the yield response of winter canola to MicroEssentials® SZ®

It's Time to Reevaluate Canola P Fertility!

Are you seed-placing your phosphorus (P) and basing application rates on seed safety rather than crop requirements? You may be leaving yield on the table. Recent research out of the University of Manitoba examining seed-safe rates of P and sulfur (S) in canola is showing that P applied at rates based on seed safety may not be adequate to maximize canola yields.

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Mastering Early-Season Fertility

Whether you are growing wheat, canola or corn, you can set the stage for a healthy growing season and maximum yield with early-season treatments and starter fertilizer.

MicroEssentials® S15® Canola Fertility

Evaluate the yield response of canola to MicroEssentials® S15® compared to a MAP + AS blend.

MicroEssentials® S15® Seed Safety Canola

Evaluate the seed safety of MicroEssentials® S15® compared to MAP + ammonium sulfate at different phosphorus rates when applied with the seed.

MicroEssentials® SZ® Canola Fertility

Evaluate the yield response of canola to MicroEssentials® SZ® compared to a MAP + AS blend.

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Five Macro Myths About the Micronutrient Boron

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Identifying Boron Deficiency in All Crops

One of the micronutrients essential for crop health also happens to be one of the most deficient in agriculture: boron (B).