As prices for imported and fossil-derived fertilizer products continue to climb, and housed confinement for livestock becomes more and more common, interest in the value of manure as fertilizer is increasing rapidly. Published data showing normal mineral levels are scarce, and data on trace mineral levels in livestock manure are practically nonexistent.
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Soil Sulfur levels can be affected by differences in soil texture, irrigation water, types of irrigation, soil drainage, sodium levels, and history of sulfur fertilization.READ MORE
Midwest Laboratories offers the Haney analysis in our Soil Health packages. The Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) is offering incentives for this method of soil health testing through a Conservation Security Program in some states.READ MORE
A guide showing the ratings used on soil analysis reports and the levels for each rating.READ MORE