As prices for imported and fossil-derived fertilizer products continue to climb, and housed confinement for livestock becomes more and more common, interest in the value of manure as fertilizer is increasing rapidly. Published data showing normal mineral levels are scarce, and data on trace mineral levels in livestock manure are practically nonexistent.
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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.READ MORE
Using the plant food uptake guide for sorghum, you can use the information to guide upcoming growth stage expectations.READ MORE
Chlorine (Cl2) is a diatomic gas, whereas Chloride (Cl-) is the negative charged ionic form of Chlorine.READ MORE