Reducing Soil Sampling Errors
- D.E. Clay,
- C.G. Carlson and
- Cheryl Reese
Soil samples have been used to assess the health of soil, develop fertilizer recommendations, track the fate of contaminants, and determine the effectiveness of an agricultural system. To meet these goals, unbiased representative soil samples must be collected. Our discussion includes the importance of record keeping, how to collect representative soil samples in fields with complex histories, and what the laboratory values represent.Please view the pdf by using the Full Text (PDF) link under 'View' to the left.
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