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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Soil texture can be estimated from the cation exchange capacity, however for a more accurate determination, run a soil texture by hydrometer.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
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