Has anyone tried a late-season application of potassium on soybeans during grain fill?
Recently, I was speaking with an agronomist that suggested an application of potassium thiosulfate @ 1-2 gal rate during pod fill (R3ish) would be money well spent. Has anyone tried a late-season application with any success? Any other potassium products besides potassium thiosulfate?
Late season ******. Do it
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Foliar, not ******* lol. Need an edit button on here Admin..😉
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I have used mpk in the past, it works! But we have also been having white mold issues as well. So this year no foliar.
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