Phosphorus deficiency inhibits growth of the sugar beet plants, and the plants have a stiff appearance. The colour of the leaves ranges from dark green to dull blue-green. Furthermore, anthocyan may be visible, giving the leaf veins and margins a red/violet colour.
Phosphorus deficiency. Excess N fertilisation also causes dark green leaves, but the plants do not remain smaller then, and they do not have a stiff appearance as they have at P deficiency.
Sugar Beet: 5 l/ha at 4-6 leaf stage. Repeat applications may be made at 10-14 day intervals. Water rate: 200 l/ha.Read more about YaraVita MAGPHOS K