In the February issue of Agrinews, the article “GSCIA AGM welcomes soil health speaker” reported, “Sometimes adding a low level of potassium can do a lot more good than extra nitrogen.” Soil health speaker Gilles Guindon suggested it should have read, “In a low potassium level field, adding some potassium in the starter can offset some of the yield losses.” The article also said, “If using glyphosate it may be better to spray and kill weeds first, then return to apply lime when there is more foliage.” It should have read, “If a manganese deficiency has been seen, spraying glyphosate and then coming back when there is more foliage with a foliar manganese is the preferred choice.”