Soil Test Tweaks

Wet Test for Soil Potassium

Dan Davidson
By  Daniel Davidson , DTN Contributing Agronomist
Soil testing techniques are changing as some laboratories switch to a wet test for measuring potassium needs in soil. (DTN photo by Todd Neeley)
A new test gives a better indication of potassium levels. Time to ask your testing laboratory if this is available.

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