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Soil and tissue sampling are the most reliable ways to determine a soybean crop’s nutrient needs. By monitoring nutrient levels through regular sampling, deficiencies can be accurately identified and supplemented to achieve optimal yield potential. Fertilizing for soybeans can provide a significant boost to yield potential.
The NutriSolutions 360® system evaluates and monitors plant nutrient status through a combination of soil testing and tissue sampling, before visual deficiencies appear. There are limitations in both soil testing and tissue sampling; the use of either one exclusively will not answer critical crop nutrition issues. Soil tests provide a good indication of which nutrients may be limiting, but cannot measure actual nutrient availability over time. Likewise, a single tissue sample taken at only one growth stage usually creates more questions than answers. Using soil tests and tissue samples together provides a complete picture of a plant’s nutritional status from top to bottom.