The Fallacy of Mainstream Potassium and Nitrogen Fertilization with Richard Mulvaney
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John Kempf interviews Dr. Richard Mulvaney to discuss how nitrogen applications can be a waste of money, the soil test growers use to understand nitrogen, and the “potassium paradox” that describes why applying potash can be detrimental to potassium availability.
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