Interpreting Soil Analysis is one of Midwest Laboratories’ most popular publications. This brochure will walk the reader through how to read the soil test. We explain the individual analysis and calculations. We also discuss the desired levels of different nutrients and soil properties.
Midwest Laboratories, Inc. has been serving the agricultural, industrial, environmental, and sampling needs of the United States and Canada for nearly 30 years. The Midwest Labs Campus offers over 60,000 square feet of laboratory space. Our space is dedicated to meet the analytical needs of our clients. Our data management system is one of the best in the industry. By entering an account number and an individually assigned password on our website, you can view historical results, alter/add recommendations to existing reports, order supplies, view your fee schedules, scientific research literature, and auto-submit samples.
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We’ve compiled here a list of resources that might interest you based on your specific search.
Some differences in analytical results could be due to the methods used for the analysis. These are the methods used by Midwest Laboratories.READ MORE
Foliar feeding, a term referring to application of essential plant nutrients to above-ground plant parts, has been documented as early as 1844, when an iron sulfate solution was sprayed as a possible remedy for "chlorosis sickness." More recently, foliar feeding has been widely used and accepted as an essential part of crop production, especially on horticultural crops. Although not as widespread on agronomic crops, the benefits of foliar feeding have been well documented and increasing efforts have been made to achieve consistent responses.READ MORE
There are three (3) types of manure used agronomically. The composition of the manure will vary with the type of manure and class of livestock.READ MORE