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Sorghum

Sorghum

  • Nitrogen is the most essential nutritional element for sorghum during the intense growth and the formation of generative organs.
  • Roots absorb phosphorus from the first days of vegetation and until the plant ejection phase.
  • Potassium is absorbed by plants evenly throughout the growing season.
  • Large accumulation of green mass and roots occurs if nitrogen is used in conjunction with phosphorus and potassium. Meanwhile, the harvest of the crop increases by 0.8-1.0, and the green mass — by 9.0-10.0 t/ha.
  • Microelements, especially molybdenum, cobalt, copper, and iodine, exert a positive effect on harvest. Sorghum absorbs them from the soil more efficiently relative to corn.
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