Absolute fertility values for manure are very difficult to develop without a laboratory analysis due to the many variable conditions involved. Certainly the fertilizer value of manure increases as fertilizer cost increases, but beyond that there is an unmeasured value to the soil in better tilth and moisture holding capacities.
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Tim Mundorf, CPAg explains how lubricating your soil probe helps break the tension of the soil without impacting results. Additional resource Soil Probe Lubrication: To Lubricate or Not Questions about soil sampling? Call client services 402.334.7770 or your account manager Stacie Nelson 402.829.9840READ MORE
Guides based on the manure source and facility, are available to assist in handling and spreading manure.READ MORE
Modern agriculture demands top yields... and quality yields. Additionally, you demand profitable yields. In satisfying these demands, plant tissue analysis has become a valuable crop production tool. Top quality and profitable yields, unfortunately, don't just happen. Many factors need to be considered... like adequate moisture and fertility, proper plant population, adapted variety, disease and insect resistance and control... the list goes on. One of the more important factors affecting crop yields is the nutrient status of the plant... or the flow of nutrients to plant tissues during the growing season. Nutrient status is an "unseen" factor in plant growth, except when deficiencies become so acute that visual deficiency symptoms appear on the plant.READ MORE