Planting depth should be 1 1/2-2″ so permanent roots are approximately 1 1/2″ below the soil surface. These roots are initiated about 10 days after emergence and begin supporting the young plant. If they are too shallow, contact with herbicides or dry surface soil can cause stress symptoms; i.e., wilt, purple or chemical injury.
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A soil's buffer index measures how much reserve acidity is present and qualifies acidic soil pH's by determining how much lime material to apply.READ MORE
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