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Video: Properly applying an iron chelate drench

Iron deficiency in greenhouse crops is very common especially on iron-inefficient vegetatively propagated crops. The deficiencies appear as an interveinal chlorosis of the youngest leaves. Once you have confirmed that your crop is deficient in iron, you may choose to apply a substrate drench of iron chelate (ie. Fe-EDDHA or Fe-DTPA) according to the product label. In this video, Garrett Owen and Roberto Lopez of Michigan State University demonstrate how to properly apply a substrate drench of iron chelate to your crop.

Publication date: 3/12/2018



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