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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This document contains a walk-through of the soil auto submit system. It provides instructions on how to identify samples, order tests, and request recommendations for surface and sub-soil samples so that the lab can report the information you need to maximize your crop yield.READ MORE
Guides based on the manure source and facility, are available to assist in handling and spreading manure.READ MORE
The late Spring PSNT test on soils is used to aid with profitable corn production and nitrogen management.READ MORE