So why the big focus on fertility? That’s one of the questions that my friends and neighbors keep asking me. Here’s why. Look at the picture above. It’s the classic symptom of Potassium deficiency. The lower leaves of the plant show yellowing and eventually necrosis from the outer edges of the leaves working its way in.
I put some highly available Potassium right in the furrow at planting time to overcome the Potassium issues on my farm. In fact, we applied rates as high as 10 gallons of Sure K safely in the furrow with 10 gallons of Pro Germinator (Phosphorus).
Overall, the Blank Slate looks great.