Nitrate-nitrogen is readily absorbed by root tissues via water uptake, assuring constant nitrogen supply in all but extremely dry soil conditions. Nitrate-nitrogen is the most abundant form of nitrogen in the soil and uptake is easily accomplished through water absorption.
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Part 1: CEC, Organic Matter, Soil pH, & Buffer Index Part 2: Phosphorus, Potassium, Other Cations, & %Base Saturation Part 3: Nitrate, Sulfur, & MicronutrientsREAD MORE
Soil texture can be estimated from the cation exchange capacity, however for a more accurate determination, run a soil texture by hydrometer.READ MORE
Here is a comprehensive listing of the analysis options provided by Midwest Labs to the Agriculture industry. It includes tests, methods, prices, descriptions, warnings, recommendations, suggestions, instructions, and reporting options.READ MORE