Midwest Laboratories interprets soils excessively saturated with magnesium (Mg) as those soils having greater than 20% Mg base saturation levels. Certain soil management considerations for these soils should be examined, such as, compaction potential, effective tillage practices, herbicide efficacy, and potassium (K) availability.
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