The following shows the stage of growth in corn, and a description of the plant growth appearance. It also lists the normal nutrient ranges at each growth stage.
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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
Purpling in corn is only one outward indicator of stress, and determining what caused the purpling can be difficult to sort out.READ MORE
Modern agriculture demands top yields... and quality yields. Additionally, you demand profitable yields. In satisfying these demands, plant tissue analysis has become a valuable crop production tool. Top quality and profitable yields, unfortunately, don't just happen. Many factors need to be considered... like adequate moisture and fertility, proper plant population, adapted variety, disease and insect resistance and control... the list goes on. One of the more important factors affecting crop yields is the nutrient status of the plant... or the flow of nutrients to plant tissues during the growing season. Nutrient status is an "unseen" factor in plant growth, except when deficiencies become so acute that visual deficiency symptoms appear on the plant.READ MORE