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Posted 5/14/2022 12:48 (#9660169 - in reply to #9659879)
Subject: RE: Manganese on beans

Deltamudd - 5/14/2022 07:57

Thanks for replies. I’ve been reading alot on it and one method for application they say is to band it with some acidic like ammonium thiosulfate. I did this one year on my corn. Did straight ats and added zinc boron and manganese. And then came back with 28-0-0-5 and some 3-6-9. It was some of the best corn I’d ever made. I suspect now it was the ats and mn together

That sound like my starter but most guys on here say using starter on your planter is a waste of time. I've been using starter for 40 years and have no plans in stopping.
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