The P1 and P2 tests are the standard Bray 1 – Bray 2 test. In many soils the difference in the P1 -P2 test can be considered as an Active Reserve of Phosphorus which becomes available as soils warm up increasing both bacterial activity and root growth.
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Applying fertilizer solutions through irrigation water is not a recent development; the first agricultural use of anhydrous ammonia was through application in irrigation water in the early 1930's. With the mechanization of irrigation, particularly with the development of center pivot sprinkler systems, new application techniques have opened up for fertilizer and chemical solutions. New words describing these application techniques include fertigation, chemigation, fungigation, herbigation, insectigation and pestigation.READ MORE
Several factors can influence irregularities in soil analysis. Depth variations, combining samples with different soil areas or different historical liming are just a few of the factors.READ MORE
If your forage legumes are stunted and yellow and generally exhibit signs of nitrogen deficiency, the problem may be nodulation failure.READ MORE