Is your corn sulfur deficient?

A lot of our corn is hitting the rapid growth phase — that is gaining height at a fast pace. I was just in a field that had some intervienal chlorosis — that is yellow between Intervienal chlorosisthe veins. This can be a symptom of Sulfur deficiency. It is always best to confirm this with a tissue test. Please contact your local Agronomy Advisor at Allied Cooperative to help you scout and sample your corn fields now.

We can help you determine if additional sulfur would be beneficial to your crop at this time and if so develop a recipe that will work at your operation. –– Rob Shields, Agronomist

 

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