Grand Island, Nebraska

The plot area will show an untreated Monsanto plot. Varieties are 2551 (sensitive to iron chlorosis).

Along with a plot of the same two varieties with 1.5 ton/A of PRO CAL 40. You will be able to see that both varieties show less chlorosis than untreated soybeans.

Product(s) Used

PRO CAL 40

Grand Island, Nebraska

Untreated Monsanto plot. Varieties are 2551 (sensitive to iron chlorosis) on the right and 2710 (tolerant) on left. Soil has pH of 8.1 and medium levels of excess lime.

Grand Island Nebraska Crop Responses

Plants treated with .75 ton/A of PRO CAL 40. This is a plot of the same two varieties with .75 ton/A of PRO CAL 40. PRO CAL 40 was applied the first part of May.

Grand Island Nebraska Crop Responses

Plants treated with 1.5 ton/Acre of PRO CAL 40. This is a plot of the same two varieties with 1.5 ton/A of PRO CAL 40. You can see that both varieties show less chlorosis than untreated soybeans. The tolerant variety had much more leaf area.