Herbicide residues can prevent establishment or re-establishment of some types of sensitive plants. Activated charcoal can be used to remove the carryover problem and any delays in planting associated with the herbicide residue. The feasibility of using this material is generally limited to smaller areas or intensively managed soils such as turf grass. Activated charcoal is generally effective against most organic chemicals.
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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
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