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Interpreting Soil Test Reports: What You Need to Know to Maximize Pasture Performance

Tuesday, Jun. 2, 2020 - 3:00pm to 4:00pm
online
Soil testing is important to know how to address pasture fertilization needs, but how do you read and interpret test results? Learn how to figure out just what all those numbers mean from Harford County Agriculture Educator Andy Kness.

Soil Test Analysis Results: Take a Second Look

A soil test analysis is one of the most important parts of the Nutrient Management Plan. Typical farm management leads to certain expectations from soil testing. Occasionally folks come into the office with questionable results. Perhaps you have received a soil analysis that shows a field to be...
Do you have fields that have excessive phosphorus levels? The way we are handling it has changed! Any time a field has a Phosphorus Fertility Index Value (FIV) of 150 or greater, a study needs to be...
Soil testing is the basis of developing nutrient recommendations for maximum production of agronomic crops. Therefore, dependable recommendations demand good soil sampling techniques. Read more about...
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