Got Enough P and K?

October 22, 2016 02:35 AM
 
RedRiverValleySoil

As the lifeblood of your operation, how do you keep an eye on the health of your soil? Phosphorus (P) and 
potassium (K), among other nutrients, play critical roles in crop development but they’re often overlooked—to the point many areas in the Corn Belt are deficient. Knowing which parts of your field or entire fields are struggling due to deficient nutrients is an essential step to turn around yield potential.
 

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