Ned Herod, Agricultural Business Development & Sales Management Nationwide, Turf Asset LLC, USA
*Corresponding author: Ned Herod, Ned Herod, Agricultural Business Development & Sales Management Nationwide, Turf Asset LLC, USA, Email: email@example.com
Submission: September 20, 2017; Published: December 07, 2017
Volume1 Issue1 December 2017
Agriculture has understood for many years that foliar feeding, or spoon-feeding is a superior means of providing the soil and a plant with nutrition. This is hardly a new revelation. Foliar spoonfeeding is a practice utilized by superior crop and agricultural managers everywhere. Spoon-feeding is generally accepted as the most efficient manner of providing nutrition to non-indigenous crops. A foliar application provides the phenomenal possibility of providing the nutrition directly into the plant. A highly positive feature, right? The challenge is the difficulty in doing so. The stomata of a plant generally face down. Try spraying the underside of a plant! Humor aside, the real challenge is that of sizing.