Farmers who have tested sulfur say the jury is still out.
Sulfur fertility was a topic on many Midwestern crop meetings last winter. It's a do-all-secondary plant nutrient that makes all other nutrients work better, say some. For as little as $10 an acre, you'll get several more bushels of $6 corn, they say.
Maybe. Farmers who have tried and measured the resonse see some, sometimes. Most are integued enought to say they're going to keep fiddling with it. Few are ready to take over the whole bandwagon.
This article has waht some Iowa farmers have done replicated sulfur strip tests through the Iowa Soybean Association's On-Farm Network are saying.