Crops: The Lynch File – Solving the mystery of the ‘corn row effect’

Why do we not see it in all fields where corn starter had previously been applied? And why in only parts of fields?


This past spring, many wheat fields showed many of the “Forty Shades of Green” for which Ireland is famous. Some of this was due to manganese deficiency, some to nitrogen deficiency and some due to lack of phosphorus. Some of it was the result of poor root growth caused by various things.

Better Farming - August/September 2009