Efficient Fertilizer Use Guide now available
The Mosaic Company has added to its growing arsenal of crop nutrition resources for farmers and retailers looking for more information to increase yield. The addition of the Efficient Fertilizer Use Guide to CropNutrition.com means visitors to the site can now access more easy-to-use information that can help inform their fertility decisions.
The Efficient Fertilizer Use Guide is a long-standing industry resource from The Mosaic Company for crop nutrition and soil fertility–related information. Initially, the manual was developed by contributors from across the crop nutrition industry, but recently, Mosaic undertook the challenge of updating it. It’s been refreshed with the latest best practices, trends and information, covering the fundamentals of balanced crop nutrition including, but not limited to, soil testing, macro- and micronutrients, and 4R nutrient stewardship.
“Farmers and retailers are always looking for ways to grow more crops more efficiently,” said Kevin Kimm, Senior Director of Marketing and Agronomy at The Mosaic Company. “The revitalized Efficient Fertilizer Use Guide can help them do so by serving as an easy-to-use and intuitive resource of best agronomic practices and efficient fertilizer practices.”
The Efficient Fertilizer Use Guide is now available on CropNutrition.com, The Mosaic Company’s one-stop fertility soil resource. CropNutrition.com is an educational resource for retailers and growers looking to understand the soil better, grow crops that are stronger, and harvest yields that are higher. CropNutrition.com delivers crop nutrition expertise in a variety of ways, including an interactive periodic table of essential crop nutrients, timely and topical blog posts, an Agronomy Resource Center, dynamic videos and an extensive, searchable library.
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