Herbicide residues can prevent establishment or re-establishment of some types of sensitive plants. Activated charcoal can be used to remove the carryover problem and any delays in planting associated with the herbicide residue. The feasibility of using this material is generally limited to smaller areas or intensively managed soils such as turf grass. Activated charcoal is generally effective against most organic chemicals.
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Foliar feeding, a term referring to application of essential plant nutrients to above-ground plant parts, has been documented as early as 1844, when an iron sulfate solution was sprayed as a possible remedy for "chlorosis sickness." More recently, foliar feeding has been widely used and accepted as an essential part of crop production, especially on horticultural crops. Although not as widespread on agronomic crops, the benefits of foliar feeding have been well documented and increasing efforts have been made to achieve consistent responses.READ MORE
Mehlich-3 Phosphorus analysis is suitable for removing P and other elements in acid and neutral soils.READ MORE
Midwest Labs will use distilled deionized water to measure pH on routine soil samples. Upon customer requests, we will run a salt pH by adding calcium chloride to the water.READ MORE