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Are Your Micronutrients Available For Plant Uptake?

Dec 17, 2019

How can you be sure that your fields are getting the most from soil-applied nutrients? Nutrients act differently in the soil based on their net charge, and some nutrients are easily tied-up in the soil. This means that you may be applying fertilizer that can’t be taken up by plants, because it is held too tightly by the soil.

Lignosulfonates (LS) help to reduce soil tie-up and ensure nutrients are available for plant uptake. LS compounds clamp onto ions (nutrients) in solution to protect them from soil interaction, keeping nutrients plant available.

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