Managing for Profit

Late planting doesn’t have to mean less yield

An agronomist suggests farmers facing planting delays don’t have to sacrifice yield.

Tryston Beyrer with the Mosaic Company says the later planting occurs, the more important nutrients like phosphorous become. He tells Brownfield there are several considerations to help ensure yield isn’t limited by planting date,.

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