Interpreting Soil Analysis is one of Midwest Laboratories’ most popular publications. This brochure will walk the reader through how to read the soil test. We explain the individual analysis and calculations. We also discuss the desired levels of different nutrients and soil properties.
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Profitable crop production largely depends on adequate amounts of available nitrogen. In continuous corn, for example, the dollar return per one dollar invested in nitrogen fertilizer can be as high as eight to one. However, as beneficial and profitable as nitrgoen fertilizer is to crop production, continued inputs of nitrogen fertilizers have increasingly been a concern regarding occurrence of nitrates in ground and surface waters. Consequently, both crop production economics and environmental concerns necessarily demand increasing the judicious and efficient use of nitrogen fertilizers.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
Understanding plant nutrient uptake during plant development stages can assist with better yield production.READ MORE