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Using Fertilizer Prills as a Delivery Mechanism for Micronutrients

Micronutrients may be needed in tiny amounts, but that doesn’t mean they’re unimportant. When needed, a micronutrient is just as necessary as nitrogen or phosphorus, albeit in much smaller volumes. That difference in volume creates a few logistical issues, as spreading only three to five pounds of any given product over an acre means the… Read more »

A 3-Point Plan for Using Micronutrients on Your Farm

The macronutrients — nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium and sulphur — get most of the attention when planning for crop nutrition needs, as they should, but more and more farmers are looking at a crop’s need for micronutrients to reach maximum yield potential. Micros are needed in very small amounts but are critical for optimal plant health… Read more »