Agronomy • 3m 19s
Phosphorus is one of the primary plant nutrients, playing several important roles in raising a successful crop. In order to perform these roles effectively, it is critical to keep phosphorus in balance with other soil nutrients
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Potassium (K) is one of the three primary crop nutrients. Having an ample amount of potassium is critical to plant health and development. However, it is also important to consider the ratio of potassium ions in the soil, in relation to the other cations measured on a base saturation test. Unders...
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When your soil base saturation gets out of balance, there are numerous amendments you can add to your soil to correct that imbalance. Join Stephanie and Brian in this short video where they take a look at some of the options available to bring your base saturation to optimal levels.