The best place to start making every acre count is to create an optimum growing environment. It's really a matter of circumstances. Consider Liebig's Law of the Minimum. Also known as the "father of fertilizer" for his discovery of nitrogen fertilizer as an essential plant nutrient, Liebig formulated the theory of plant growth that instructs our pursit of maximum yields today.
The Law of the Minimum simply states: Plant growth is not controlled by the total amount of resources available, but by the scarcest of those resources. In other words, yield is limited only by the weakest link.
In pursuing maximum yields, we put the law of the minimum to the test. Through the support of your local Evergreen FS Crop Spcialist and Agronomy team, you can start to create the optimum environment that permits plant genetics to perform at their full potential. And when you can identify and reduce the effects of the most limiting growth factors in your growing environment, you are on the path to maximum yields. Respect the Minimum to Achieve the Maximum.