The following tables will give you the information on how to convert fertilizer applications given in pounds per acre to amounts for smaller areas. The tables and articles were taken from the U.C. Division of Ag and Natural Resources, and also from the Minnesota Department of Agriculture.
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Analysis This publication provides general information on how to best utilize plant tissue analysis. We combine information gained from plant and soil analysis data to better our decisions for soil and plant nutrients. Plant tissue nutrient analysis has been used for decades to diagnose plant health issues. And, identify visual nutrient deficiencies, find “hidden hunger,”READ MORE
Midwest Laboratories USDA Soil Import Permit. The USDA permit to import soil is for use under the following guidelines: For hand carry of soil, an official of CBP Agricultural Programs and Trade Liaison (APTL) would have been notified to document and facilitate the entry of the soil (see hand carry conditions). Receipt or use ofREAD MORE
An agricultural testing laboratory offers many different types of analyses to help growers, ag retailers, and crop consultants maximize yields and economic returns. This document provides an overview of the types of analyses useful for crop production in a typical Midwestern corn-corn or corn-soybean rotation system. Even though much of the discussion is oriented to corn and soybean production in the Midwest, many of the topics covered can be applied to other crops and environments. Emphasis will be on how to use the information from individual tests and how the various tests can be used to complement each other. Analysis relevant to corn and soybean production includes soil fertility, plant tissue, stalk nitrate, manure, fertilizer, and lime analysis.READ MORE