Until recently, scientists did not consider nickel essential for plant growth. Now nickel is recognized as an essential nanonutrient.
Plants use molybdenum for one purpose, but that purpose is of tremendous importance—producing enzymes to enable the plant to use nitrogen.
Magnesium serves two roles affecting plants. One is improving plant health via the soil, and the other is improving plant health directly.
Did you know that plants need iron? No iron, no chlorophyll, and therefore no photosynthesis.
Copper is of particular importance to cereal crops because of its role in reproductive growth and grain production.
In recent years, it has come to light that cobalt is indeed an essential micronutrient for at least some plant species, particularly legumes.
We have revised and updated our free online vegetable guide just in time for the coming season. Look for a new section on companion planting.
You may be surprised to know that chlorine is an important nutrient in plants. It plays a key role in splitting water to produce oxygen.
The primary goal of organic no-till is essentially the same as that of conventional no-till—to protect soil from erosion.
Plants depend on calcium to properly grow, photosynthesize, absorb nutrients, and resist stress.