Agronomy Tip: Importance of Micronutrients
Curt Woolfolk, Senior Agronomist at The Mosaic Company says, “Micronutrients are not called micronutrients because they’re less important. They’re called such because they’re needed in much smaller quantities than macronutrients. They’re needed in ounces per acre rather than pounds per acre.”
Micronutrients can be powerful agents to help you achieve ideal crop health and advance yields. Using a fertilizer source that has both macronutrients and micronutrients in the same granule allows them to be more evenly distributed across a field.