This trace element is worth knowing, both for its performance and for the way it works. Unlike other elements,
under optimal growth conditions , manganese becomes involved in crop growth with negative effects.
In properly aerated and drained soils, and during growth, it temporarily switches to a less available form, at the
very moment when plants need it the most.
It is therefore important to consider “soil-climate” interactions, in order to assess the deficiency risk and to
interfere, essentially with foliar application, to support the crop and alleviate the critical phase.