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Deep Soil Testing Offers Producers Opportunity to Reduce Input Costs

Accounting for in-soil nitrogen can offset some high fertilizer expenses.
A team of Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service specialists found projected savings of anywhere from $8 to $116 per acre are possible by doing deep soil testing to find out how much residual nitrogen is already in the soil and accounting for it when making growing season decisions.
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