Micronutrients play many complex roles in plant development and are needed to complete a plant’s life cycle. Although plants require a lower concentration of micronutrients than they do of macronutrients such as nitrogen, potassium and sulfur, they are no less vital. Maintaining optimal levels of all eight micronutrients is essential to plant health.
Healthy crops are more productive and less expensive. The most effective way to promote plant health and optimize production is to have a well-balanced, systemic nutrition program that makes optimal micronutrient levels a priority. Start with the right level of micronutrients at the beginning of the growth cycle and maintain a healthy level through harvest.
Plants are only as healthy as their most limited resource. Growing healthy, vigorous, high-yield crops requires a continuous effort to eliminate minimum factors and provide balanced nutrition in the optimal range.