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Potash in front of corn or soybeans
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Posted 9/15/2020 08:12 (#8496636 - in reply to #8496535)
Subject: RE: Potash in front of corn or soybeans

With a legume crop like soybeans they seem to respond well to added calcium. That's what we've done is add about 1-2 ton of high calcium lime and have P and K with sulfur broadcasted and the beans look pretty darn good. I think gypsum would be another excellent source to get some calcium and sulfur. With beans it seems like the K and the secondary nutrients are what seems to pay. JMHO
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