Throughout the northern corn belt, early planted corn may have a tendency to exhibit purpling at early stages of growth (between the three and six leaf stages). Purpling is usually associated with a phosphorus deficiency, but early season corn purpling is often due to causes other than reduced phosphorus uptake.
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This guide will reference if your corn plant nutrient uptake is within the normal ranges for the current stage of growth.READ MORE
End of season cornstalk tests should be done approximately 1-3 weeks after black layer has formed on 80% of the kernels of most ears.READ MORE
Compaction can have many effects on soil. While a compacted condition can be naturally occurring, management is the cause of most compaction.READ MORE