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Jeff@JR Production
Posted 9/15/2020 03:16 (#8496295 - in reply to #8496189)
Subject: RE: Potash in front of corn or soybeans


SE MN, teaching a accent Kokopelli teachings
Try calcium and K the atomic mass of Ca and K are very close and you can knock off K on the soil particles with the use of calcium. There was a grower I meet from the thumb in Michigan when he bought a farm he would spread 1 ton of gypsum and 1 ton of high calcium lime. after that first year, it was 1,000 pounds of each gypsum and calcium. beans on beans for 15 plus year and beating the county T yields by 20 plus BPA. he foliar every week with several different materials but low-cost operation and made money. The time I spoke to him he was planting all Non-GMO with a $2.00 premium. and all no-till so the equipment cost was pretty low.
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