What is a micronutrient?
Micronutrients are naturally occurring elements in the soil. They are required by crops in small amounts.
What are the most common micronutrients?
Zinc, copper, boron, manganese, magnesium, molybdenum, sulfur, iron, nickel, chloride
How do micronutrients work?
When matched to crop and soil needs, micronutrients can correct deficiencies and enhance photosynthesis, improve plant enzyme systems, regulate flowering and seed development and regulate the conversion of nitrogen to protein.
How are AMP Micronutrients different and better than other micronutrients?
AMP Micronutrients are low analysis and high solubility, a combination which ensures maximum field coverage and plant uptake.
How can I find out the micronutrients requirements of my crops?
Regular soil testing determines which common micronutrients are deficient in your soil. The micronutrients or micronutrient blends you will apply to remedy the problem will change, field to field.
What are the benefits of micronutrient use?
The correct micronutrients, applied in the correct blend or balance, encourage healthy plant growth and results in improved crop quality and yield potential.