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Applying micros with planter?
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Posted 2/21/2021 18:00 (#8849409 - in reply to #8849227)
Subject: RE: Applying micros with planter?

WC Mn/Dakotas
MNCORNFARMER - 2/21/2021 16:43

We did it with Zn sulfate 2 years ago on soybeans. It was trial only. Didn't take it to yield but tissue samples it every week. Did 5# 20#and 50# rate per acre banded on the surface next to the row. Didn't see enough difference to continue the trials and are selling the planter we used with the insecticide. I do think that this method gives opportunity to apply some micros efficiently. Just not sure Zn on beans is a good choice.

It's about formulation and placement. You can't just pick the cheapest most convenient form of a nutrient and put it anywhere you feel like and expect it to magically create yield.
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