The (CEC) is a term used to describe the holding capacity of a particular soil for positively-charged elements (cations). It may also be defined as the capacity for soil to exchange cations for another. In simple terms, the higher the clay content, the higher the CEC. This is because clay particles have the greatest surface area per unit volume of soil, therefore, can hold the most cations.
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Limestone is a soil additive that is used to increase the pH of acidic soil and improves the uptake of major plant nutrients.READ MORE
Midwest Laboratories offers the Haney analysis in our Soil Health packages. The Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) is offering incentives for this method of soil health testing through a Conservation Security Program in some states.READ MORE
A plant parasitic nematode assay result will be reported by genus and will also show numbers of all nematodes recovered.READ MORE