The Mehlich-3 Phosphorus soil test was developed in the SE region of the US. It uses a number of acids to extract the soil phosphorus whereas the Bray-1 test uses weak HCl and the Olsen test uses sodium bicarbonate (baking soda).
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When determining herbicide rates, remember that only those herbicide molecules dissolved in soil solution are available for control of weeds.READ MORE
This video will give you more information on how to interpret your soil test results from Midwest Laboratories, Inc. regarding Nitrate, Sulfur and Micronutrients in soil.READ MORE
The late Spring PSNT test on soils is used to aid with profitable corn production and nitrogen management.READ MORE