CLEMSON, S.C. — Routine tissue sampling of crops aids in monitoring the nutritional status and also detects nutritional deficiencies of the crop during the growing season. This data is used as a tool to monitor and improve a producer’s fertility program. Although this practice can be labor-intensive and time-consuming, it can be a beneficial tool for the operation’s long-term success.
Clemson Extension’s Christopher Talley recently published a paper on tissue sampling in Soybean.
–Clemson Land Grant Press