The Art of Balancing Soil Nutrients

William McKibben

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A practical guide to interpreting soil test results for farmers and other stewards of the earth wanting to understand what nutrients are available to plants and learn how to more effectively grow crops, turfgrass and other plants. This book, written by an experienced soil consultant, gives real-world advice about how to decipher the jungle of numbers found on soil and water test reports and shows how to comprehend what the numbers mean for your crop. McKibben gives clear, easy-to-understand information about how to choose the most appropriate testing protocol based on your specific soil type so you can develop an effective action plan and get the most out of your soil.

Copyright 2012, softcover, 245 pages. 28 per case.

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02/02/2019
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The Art of Balancing Soil

This is a must read for every farmer. This will help in determine over applying fertilizers and under applying nutrients in the soil. Understanding how the the soil works is vital to profitability.

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