Toxic substances not only come from pesticides (herbicides and insecticides), but also are produced by anaerobic bacteria in tight or waterlogged soil, and from certain harmful fertilizers.
Learn how to manage your inputs and fertilizers to produce the highest quality corn while still being sustainable and ecologically sound.
Soil testing for low exchange capacity soils will help you develop a system that holds enough nutrients and maintains colloidal balance.
The following is how laboratory results are reported at Texas Plant & Soil Lab — other labs utilize similar terms.
Every farmer needs to have the confidence that he is on a solid footing, and doing all he can to supply his crops the fertility needed from start to finish. Includes audio commentary from Neal Kinsey.
There are three critical stages in corn (grain or sorghum) plants you should test around.
If you’re looking for a basic checklist to ensure you are maximizing your corn yields, here are some ideas.