153 Symposium--Plant Analysis for Assessing Potential Yield Limitations

Oral Session
S08 Nutrient Management & Soil & Plant Analysis There has been a recent emphasis on plant analysis in the Midwestern USA. Total nutrient concentrations in plant tissue are correlated to crop yield to provide deficiency and sufficiency ranges. There are several published deficiency and sufficiency ranges for macro- and micronutrients from early literature. There is a need to assess the accuracy of these ranges on current crop hybrids for this testing to be relied on as a useful tool. The symposium will explore current research on interpreting plant tissue analysis and how we can progress in the future to fill gaps in our knowledge.


Soil Fertility & Plant Nutrition
Monday, October 22, 2012: 1:00 PM-4:35 PM
Duke Energy Convention Center, Room 211, Level 2

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Frank Sikora
1:05 PM
1:35 PM
Plant Tissue Analysis of Agronomic Crops in the Midwestern US: Industry Perspective.
Robert Beck, Land O Lakes; Randall Brown, Land O Lakes; Timothy Eyrich, Land O Lakes
2:35 PM
Plant Tissue Analysis for Detecting B and S Deficiencies In Canola.
Hailin Zhang, Oklahoma State University; Daryl Arnall, Oklahoma State University
3:05 PM
4:20 PM
4:35 PM