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Essential nutrients for plants: P & K

This week’s column finishes the discussion of the macronutrients known as primary nutrients Phosphorus (P) and Potassium (K). First though, here’s hoping everyone is having a happy Easter Weekend. Second, the moisture situation continues to improve wheat and there is a chance for significant rain for most of the state over the past week and continuing into this week. The only down side is the need to get corn in the ground. And we are fortunate to have warm but not high temperatures. Now on to P and K.
First up is phosphorus, P, which serves two main ...


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