The Role of Micronutrients in Crop Health and Disease Resistance

The Role of Micronutrients in Crop Health and Disease Resistance

Micronutrients are critical components of plant development. Seven of the most important elements to consider are boron, cobalt, copper, iron, manganese, molybdenum, and zinc. Each of these nutrients is important for disease resistance and high-yield production.

In this webinar, John provides an in-depth look at these seven micronutrients. For each one, John discusses their functions within the plant, as well as the disease and insect prevention benefits each can provide with the correct management. John also talks about micronutrient mobility within the plant and the different methods of chelation. Watch this webinar to learn:
• Important aspects in the management of each micronutrient
• Application of xylem-mobile versus phloem-mobile nutrients
• The difference between synthetic and organic acid chelation
Slides available at https://www.slideshare.net/AdvancingEcoAgricult/the-role-of-micronutrients-in-crop-health-and-disease-resistance

source

19 Responses to "The Role of Micronutrients in Crop Health and Disease Resistance"

  1. Paarv Kapoor   12 October، 2019 at 15:37

    Hi you produce some good content, I have one question. Does GM/high yielding varieties of a certain crop more prone to disease/pest infection as compared to open pollination varieties? Also does it has some relation to the fact that GM/high yielding varieties of a crop are more prone to some infection because they withdraw nutrition from the crop at a higher rate?

    Reply
  2. jim shepard   12 October، 2019 at 15:37

    love your videos, another book ordered thank you John

    Reply
  3. bitTorrenter   12 October، 2019 at 15:37

    https://youtu.be/MCZWZ5FsRhw – Let's not forget about silicon

    Reply
  4. Brenda Fosmire   12 October، 2019 at 15:37

    Can you recommend a vegetable fertilizer for home vegetable gardeners?

    Reply
  5. Ashwin Patel   12 October، 2019 at 15:37

    John would appericate and be more thankful if you could host a webinar on potato crop including some points like mode and type of application of calcium alnong with micronutrient and factors affecting quality and size of potatoes.

    Reply
  6. James Pingrey   12 October، 2019 at 15:37

    Love your webinars!!…Had a couple of questions concerning copper. First question in almonds the sufficient rate range is 5-15 ppm in tissue analysis. One I feel these rate ranges are conservative I’ve also been told the more copper the better so I’m wondering what is a good target range and will too much create any antagonistic effects with any other nutrition? Second question is what is the latest I can apply copper to help with lodging in rice? our current crop is in the late boot to early heading stage

    Reply
  7. Gil Ortale   12 October، 2019 at 15:37

    useful ! Many Thanks

    Reply
  8. Anthony Copacetic   12 October، 2019 at 15:37

    at 30:10 one finally gets to see John.

    Reply
  9. safffff1000   12 October، 2019 at 15:37

    I really like the question and answer parts the best, I seem to learn the most from real world applications.

    Reply
  10. Steve Hughes   12 October، 2019 at 15:37

    has anybody looked at mineral requirements of soil biota?

    Reply
  11. davidyhan   12 October، 2019 at 15:37

    These webinars are the best

    Reply
  12. Horse237   12 October، 2019 at 15:37

    Loved the lecture and the Q & A. Thanks for posting. Does that book tell us anything about the new bacteria attacking Olive oil plants in Italy?

    Reply
  13. J Kirchoff   12 October، 2019 at 15:37

    I cannot get enough of your presentations. I look forward to listening/watching each one. Thank you for sharing the info you have gleaned from countless hours of research. I cannot wait to get the combine in the field to see the results of your products I’ve applied based on SAP analysis. Thank you!

    Reply
  14. Ashwin Patel   12 October، 2019 at 15:37

    Thanks John for valuable information.

    Reply
  15. The Farmacy Seeds Network   12 October، 2019 at 15:37

    At 15:00.. carotenoids … I have been eating 2 raw beets a day for about 2-3 weeks now.. I noticed when I get sun exposure in the last week I darken a LOT more than usual as a result and was wondering if it was related to the beets and their dark color.. I had an "aha!!!" moment when you mentioned the light spectrum bandwidth concept. Obviously this is just anecdotal evidence.. but it's interesting.

    Reply
  16. The Farmacy Seeds Network   12 October، 2019 at 15:37

    Another excellent webinar as ALWAYS! Thanks John!

    Reply
  17. Amadeus Prakruti   12 October، 2019 at 15:37

    Super grateful for all the helpful information.

    Reply
  18. Michael L   12 October، 2019 at 15:37

    John is there an application that increases the microbes that produce b12

    Reply
  19. James Butterson   12 October، 2019 at 15:37

    ☝🤓💨👍

    Reply

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.