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K-State: Successful Spring No-Tilling Starts With Soil Testing in the Fall

Kansas State soil scientist Dorivar Ruiz Diaz saysfarmers should be aware that that dry conditions in much of Kansas this year could impact their ability to get an accurate soil analysis. For example, a soil’s pH level – a measure of how acidic or basic the soil is – can be misleading depending on the accumulation of solids or hydrogen at the surface.
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