Good general rainfall averages from around a half inch to over 3 inches in some spots are going to make decisions regarding growth regulators much simpler. Some cotton is over […]
If you’re like me, you’re watching this rain and wondering where your nutrients are in the soil profile. The Jay FAWN station has recorded almost 20″ of rain so far […]
In a previous notice we mentioned the importance of Boron application to avoid Boron deficiency (and toxicity) in peanuts. There are lots of different products to choose from, and sometimes […]
6 tips to maximize the benefit from a fall Zn and/or B spray.
Boron is a critical micronutrient for fruit set. Work has shown that yield can be reduced when boron hull concentrations fall below 80 ppm.
California Almonds: Bloom Considerations Feb 21, 2016
Adequate chill and recent warm temperatures have accelerated almond bloom. Timing is close to “normal” in southern and southwestern areas of the State, but are 1-3 weeks ahead further north. […]
Peanuts need boron. If we don’t have enough we can see hollow heart and other problems. But we don’t need much. We need a half a pound of actual Boron […]
Boron is a micronutrient that plays a role in cell wall structure and the formation of proteins within plants.
Over the last several decades there have been substantial yield improvements in soybean. Because of new varieties and new agronomic practices, the yield potential in soybean is higher now than […]