Applying fertilizer solutions through irrigation water is not a recent development. The first agricultural use of anhydrous ammonia was through application in irrigation water in the early 1930’s. With the mechanization of irrigation, particularly with the development of center pivot sprinkler systems, new application techniques have been developed for fertilizer and chemical solutions. New words describing these application techniques include fertigation, chemigation, fungigation, herbigation, insectigation, and pestigation.
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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 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
The late Spring PSNT test on soils is used to aid with profitable corn production and nitrogen management.READ MORE