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Microbes Help Unlock Phosphorus for Plant Growth

Phosphorus can form complexes with iron, aluminum and calcium in the soil, which locks up the phosphorus and prevents plants from accessing this crucial nutrient. New research shows that certain microbes can make that trapped phosphorus more available to plants, according to the University of Washington and Pacific Northwest National Laboratory.
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Fertilizer Approach May Need To Change

In many areas of Nebraska less fertilizer was applied last fall and winter than normal, and applicators have many unfilled orders. Nitrogen application for winter wheat is urgent. There's a lot to get done this spring that may cause you to change your approach to fertility.
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