With the current commodity prices, some suggest that the 2011 crop be ‘insured’ by applying micronutrients. Is this good policy for Mississippi field crops?
These essential elements are required by plants in very small amounts: boron, zinc, molybdenum, iron, manganese, copper, chlorine, and nickel. Most are sufficient for optimal crop production without supplemental fertilization in Mississippi.
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