Proper rates and application methods of manure are important keys to increased yields. These can be as high as 15%. However, silage crops may react the best due to the large amount of plant material produced. This allows for greater uptake of nutrients by the plant. The following information will help in understanding the manure analysis and recommendations that accompany your soil sample.
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Cation Exchange Capacity (CEC) is a calculation based on soil analysis results of Ca, Mg, K, Na, and H.READ MORE
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. For additional information about taking plant tissue samples and submission to Midwest Laboratories refer to our “Sampling Guide for Plant Tissue Analysis.”READ MORE
Chlorine (Cl2) is a diatomic gas, whereas Chloride (Cl-) is the negative charged ionic form of Chlorine.READ MORE