February 15th , 2018 By Alexa Nordwald
From the article: "In-season tissue sampling helps inform retailers and farmers about nutrient deficiencies. In 2017, Winfield United analyzed over 25,000 tissue samples and compared the results to samples taken in 2016. Across the country, Winfield United saw increased deficiencies in nitrogen, potassium, sulfur, zinc, manganese and boron in corn. For example, nearly 82 percent of sampled corn plants were short on zinc."
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