Mag on flag leaf

Mr Tree

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Location
Sth Yorkshire
Over the past decade I’ve always used magsulphate on the flagleaf for greening.(High locked up Mg soils here)

Agronomist wanting to change to Magnite (Mg with a bit of N) this year

What’s everyone’s thoughts ?
Do you use Mg on flag leaf?

Cheers
 

Hard Graft

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BASE UK Member
Location
British Isles
Magnesium nitrate as a good quick uptake but short lived
magnesium sulphate is slower uptake and longer lasting and cheeper
Magnesium oxide I don’t like
Magnesium chloride is supposed to be very good as well and better uptake than the bittersalts
So my aim is 4 sulphate to one nitrate to 1 chloride

I do prefer using a mix and diverseity and I use mg sulphate for a lot off my sulphur
 
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