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Feb 25, 2020

Dr. Steve Petrie discusses why we should add plant analysis to our tools for plant growth and financial optimization.  Soil testing is a predictive tool, while tissue analysis is a monitoring tool that helps us understand what the plant is actually using throughout the season. Using each can help us understand...


Feb 18, 2020

In the third of our three part series on soil samples, Dr. Steve Petrie talks about the interpretation of the lab results:

  • How reliable is the database?
  • How many trials are in the database?
  • Are current varieties in the database?
  • How is field variability addressed?

In the end there is no substitute for professional...


Feb 11, 2020

Soil Samples are important to understand your nutrient balance in order to develop an effective nutrient management plan. This is the second of three podcasts that help us with soil samples.

In this podcast Dr. Steve Petrie teaches us about lab analysis:

  • How do we select a lab?
  • What should we know about the different...


Feb 4, 2020


  • Soil Samples are important to understand your nutrient balance in order to develop an effective nutrient management plan. In the next three podcasts we discuss how to collect a sample, Lab analysis and Interpretation of these results.

    In the first of this series, Dr. Steve Petrie talks about the proper way to collect...


Jan 28, 2020

Cl rarely deficient in nature but it is essential in plant nutrition.  It is found in the soil as anion and plays two roles in plant nutrition:

  1. Cl is integral to the process in which water is split, thus
    releasing H+ ions and O2 gas
  2. Cl is a mobile anion within the plant where is functions in
    osmoregulation affecting...