Over the last few years, we have been documenting some remarkable soybean yield responses (upwards of 13 bushels) to sulfur (S) in northwestern Indiana. I shared more details of these […]
Now that it’s early June, peanut fields across the Panhandle range in age from freshly planted to nearly 40 days after planting. Within the past two weeks, many areas have […]
Now that cleaner air has reduced the amount of sulfur acquired by plants and soil from rainfall or adsorbed directly from the air, sulfur deficiency of crops appears to be […]
These are first year pecans planted here in the county that are showing severe symptoms of nickel (Ni) deficiency, called ‘Mouse Ear.’ Mouse ear mostly occurs on very young trees. […]
Many cotton fields in the High Plains and Rolling Plains of Texas are experiencing browning or bronzing of the foliage (Figure 1), often accompanied by premature defoliation. Several leaf spots […]
If you have been applying potassium fertilizer at levels determined through routine soil sampling and are still observing potassium deficiency, there are 6 possible contributions to the problem.
There are many corn fields in Missouri, in particular the NE portion of the state, where corn is stunted and uneven following prevented planting acres. Many farmers, extension and industry […]
Interveinal chlorosis of corn leaf tissue (striped corn) occurs to some extent every growing season. Several nutrient deficiencies result in similar striped corn symptoms that can be very difficult to […]
The difference in cold injury, BYDV, phosphorus, and nitrogen and potash deficiency can be difficult to tell.
We’re seeing signs of potassium deficiency in cotton more and more, but it’s not all bad.