Agronomy • 3m 1s
Manganese is one of the most important micronutrients and plays numerous roles within plants. Sometimes referred to as 'The Nutrient of Life,' manganese is essential for photosynthesis, the development of reproductive structures, disease resistance and much more. In this week's Back 2 Basics video, Brian and Stephanie discuss manganese management.
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