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Deltamudd
Posted 5/13/2022 14:35 (#9659111)
Subject: Manganese on beans


Greenville, MS
I’m 90% sure I’m deficient on manganese based on looks of plant and past trials with manganese. I applied 1 pound of 13% mn chelate at very early stage. Read mn chelate can turn into iron when applied to soil so I might have set myself back. Bought some mn sulfate and am applying it to the sandier spots at 32 oz an acre and 16 oz for the rest of it. Label is recommended foliar 16 oz. Going to apply another 16 oz in a week or two. And then apply rest of mn chelate when they fully lap middles. If it’s mn deficient by god I’m gonna fix it
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