- The measure of plant success or failure is in the sap, where nutrients are stored, prior to plant use. By knowing in advance what the plant will use next, we can supply inputs in exacting amounts.
- Monitoring a crop with sap analysis identifies indicators of nutrient crises before they occur, four to six weeks before tissue analysis. This data allows for proactive, prescriptive, nutritional supplementation.
- The power of sap analysis is the ability to track nutrient flow throughout the growing season, and compare levels to established target values at each stage of development.
- Results are bolstered yields and no wasted inputs.
- Analysis equips growers with time to address nutrient problems before manifest as compromised vitality or yields. It is a powerful tool to manage and adjust fertility strategies quickly and precisely, as it captures the exact nutrient uptake before metabolism in plant processes.