Soil structure is how sand, silt and clay fractions are organized into aggregated or structural units. The three basic types of soil structure are single-ground, massive, and aggregated. Soils consisting of primarily coarse, granular sands that are completely unattached to each other have a single-grained soil structure.
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Soil sampling strategies can effectively deal with a history of bands applied to the soil.READ MORE
When is the best time of the season to collect soil samples? Here we discuss the advantages and disadvantages of winter soil sampling.READ MORE
The Agronomy Handbook is a comprehensive resource that discusses soil properties, plant essential nutrients, as well as soil test results and recommendations. It also covers soil sampling, fertilizer application methods, nutrient deficiency symptoms in plants, plant tissue analysis, nutrient uptake and removal in crops, and conversion factors for U.S. and metric measurements.READ MORE