Corn is the most widely grown crop in the United States with about 92 million acres of land dedicated to growing it. Once the corn crop is harvested, it is processed to make various products such as ethanol, livestock feed, corn starch, and plastics.
The most common nutrient deficiencies in corn are nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium. To reach maturity and maximize yield, corn requires various nutrients throughout the growing season.
Use the images below to diagnose nutrient deficiencies in your corn fields.