Is moly in hiding or has it gone down the river? Recent tests in Graves County suggest that it is probably just in hiding.
Moly (molybdenum) is of importance to Kentucky farmers because of its unique relation to soil acidity and legume growth. Many other trace or minor elements necessary for plant growth are most available to crops under acid soil conditions. Molybdenum becomes more available as the soil acidity approaches neutrality.
Hatfield, A. L., "Where Is Moly?" (1965). Agronomy Notes. 202.