Signs of nutrient deficiency in corn, soybeans

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on Jun 20, 2014

This is so bad! They need to find a way on how they can find a way to gain more corn and soybeans. - Lindsay Rosenwald

on Jun 25, 2014

Potassium deficiency is first seen as a yellowing
and necrosis of the corn leaf margins, beginning on the
lower leaves. Symptoms usually don’t appear for some
time after planting (about 4 to 6 weeks, around the V6
growth stage). If the deficiency persists, symptoms
progress up the plant
because potassium is
mobile in the plant
and trans locates from
old to young leaves. Personal Injury Claims Ft Myers

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