With the current commodity prices, some suggest that the 2011 crop be â€˜insuredâ€™ 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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