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Joel Young

Berne, Indiana

New property first soil test. Any ideas on ph lowering adding sulfur and gypsum and nitrogen is what my feed mill advisor said.
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3/14/2018 8:46:01 PM

Joel Young

Berne, Indiana

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3/18/2018 8:31:26 PM

Glenoma Kins

Kibordmonki, WA

Ammonium sulfate if nitrogen is needed looks like that’s what has been advised...

3/18/2018 9:41:12 PM

North Shore Boyz

Mill Bay, British Columbia

Ive always used calcium nitrate for my nitrogen, looks to me like you could use some potassium also, I’d go with around 8-10 lbs of 0-0-50 per 1000 sq ft. Adjust your PH with Sulphur and retest. I bet you have a fantastic year.

3/19/2018 12:43:01 AM

SD Mike

South Dakota

Hard to get too much info from this test. It's more expensive, but next time opt for the full soil test that includes micro nutrients. Glenomkins is correct. Use AMS for your nitrogen source. The sulfur will help lower your pH. (at least temporarily)

4/23/2018 2:26:06 PM

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