Becky Johnson

Becky Johnson

  • United States, WA, Auburn
"Yellowing corn leaves are often a sign of a problem with the nutrient uptake process, either due to water competition from nearby grass or drought conditions. Corn plants get 13 of the 16 required nutrients for growth through the soil, either through direct contact as roots grow or via mass flow or diffusion. Both mass flow and diffusion require water in the soil to function."
https://www.agdaily.com/crops/surprising-cause-behind-yellow-corn-leaves

Categories: Corn, Fertility

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