Brian Arnall and Misha Manucheri from Oklahoma State University Extension discusses how soil pH, or the amount of hydrogen (H) ions present in the soil solution, affects the persistence and uptake of a herbicide that has soil activity.
Are you still wrestling with questions over soil fertility issues in your no-tilled pastures? A recent blog post from Oklahoma State University Extension’s Brian Arnall might shed some light on the situation for you.
Brian Arnall, soil nutrient specialist for Oklahoma State University Extension, discusses why getting pH, phosphorus and nitrogen applications correct will be key this year to producing profitable winter grains.
If you’re planning to use tissue testing as a basis for fertilizer recommendations for in-season winter canola, research results unveiled at the No-Till Oklahoma Conference might have you rethinking that idea.
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