As prices for imported and fossil-derived fertilizer products continue to climb, and housed confinement for livestock becomes more and more common, interest in the value of manure as fertilizer is increasing rapidly. Published data showing normal mineral levels are scarce, and data on trace mineral levels in livestock manure are practically nonexistent.
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Silicon has not been defined as an essential substance; it may have been overlooked as essential since it is difficult to have a growing situation without silicon present in either soil or hydroponically. For the complete story click the download link below.READ MORE
Phosphate and Potash recommendation guide for Midwest Laboratories soil tests.READ MORE
Limestone is a soil additive that is used to increase the pH of acidic soil and improves the uptake of major plant nutrients.READ MORE