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Yara's Crop Nutrition podcast

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Jan 28, 2020

Cl rarely deficient in nature but it is essential in plant nutrition.  It is found in the soil as anion and plays two roles in plant nutrition:

  1. Cl is integral to the process in which water is split, thus
    releasing H+ ions and O2 gas
  2. Cl is a mobile anion within the plant where is functions in
    osmoregulation affecting...

Jan 23, 2020

Yara’s Turf and Ornamental Crop Manager, Neil Mayberry has a discussion with David Robinson, Senior Director of Golf and Grounds for Marriott International.  David manages golf courses around the globe and sees a wide variety of turf, weather, and diseases. Weather patterns and diseases are ever changing and hard to...

Jan 21, 2020

Nickel is the least understood micronutrients and rarely found deficient in most crops.  Despite this, serpentine soils may have a much greater Ni concentrations and may be toxic.  There are studies that show there can be deficiencies in pecans.  Dr. Steve talks about Ni and how, like Molybdenum, it is essential in N...

Jan 14, 2020

Molybdenum is the only metallic micronutrient that is less available on low pH soils.  Mo is essential for nitrogenases enzyme in N fixation by legumes and for nitrate reductase and for Pollen production.

Because Mo is associated with N, deficient plants may appear to be N deficient.  Dr. Petrie talks teaches us which...

Jan 7, 2020

Manganese, Mn, is important to photosynthesis in plants and can have a dramatic impact on your yield and profitability.  In this podcast, Dr. Steve Petrie discusses how Mn availability is driven by soil pH and organic mater, how to identify and diagnose deficiencies and toxicities and how to correct it for optimum...