Understanding how key nutrients move in the soil and are taken up by citrus roots is crucial to growing your best crop. Join Sales Agronomist Kelsey Gunthorp for a brief knowledge insight on what is happening below the ground's surface and how it can affect your groves' production.
Citrus trees in Florida go through several physiological changes in the fall. Watch this short video by Yara's Sales Agronomist Kelsey Gunthorp to learn more about citrus crop nutrition and how to fuel your fruit over the finish line.
In theory, soil testing should show what nutrients are present to meet crop demand. However, not all nutrients are as present as they seem.
In this video, Yara's Sales Agronomist Kelsey Gunthorp sheds some light on the complex story of calcium and soil availability.
The journey to harvesting a quality crop starts just below the ground's surface. Citrus tree roots are the conduit for transporting water and nutrients where the tree needs them most.
Watch this short video to find out how to impact root health and meet fruit demand.
Spring is here in the Southeast and applying nutrition to your citrus crop is essential for tree health and fruit development for this season and the next.
Watch this short video to learn what your trees are demanding and what nutrients to prioritize this time of year.
About this Newsletter
Yara's CompleteCitrus Newsletters represent many years of knowledge with concentration on Florida citrus nutrition. Articles address nutrition's role in the plant processes which influences the final outcome as the season progresses. The goal of the newsletter is to provide citrus growers with the best available information with which to manage their production optimally, with minimum environmental impact, consistently from one year to the next. Tree health is recognized as a major element in sustainable production. Nutrition is also fundamental in establishing and maintaining optimal performance and tree longevity. The "whys" are addressed with the "how to" in a straightforward and practical manner.