The role of manganese in plant culture

Premier Tech Horticulture specialist Troy Buechel talks about the role (function, deficiency, and toxicity) of manganese in plant culture.



Manganese (Mn) is an important plant micronutrient and is required by plants in the second greatest quantity compared to iron. Like any other element, it can have a limiting factor on plant growth if it is deficient or toxic in plant tissue. It is similar to iron in many ways, and manganese deficiency or toxicity is often mistaken for iron deficiency or toxicity.

You can also read an article about this element here.

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