Soil sampling done properly often forms the basis for successful crop nutrition. But what’s proper when your soil has had a history of fertilizer applied in bands? Many nutrients are indeed rather immobile in the soil. Thus you can expect that a sample taken from a band location will differ sharply from one taken only a few inches away.
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This memo explains how the salt index is measured and how to interpret these values when compared to common fertilizer products.READ MORE
This video will give you more information on how to interpret your soil test results from Midwest Laboratories, Inc. regarding Nitrate, Sulfur and Micronutrients in soil.READ MORE
The purpose of liming is to neutralize acid. Midwest recommendations are based on an assumption of 90% neutralizing power.READ MORE