���(A�]��$UF>D���劬$��g�vv簽w=�;�ŒJ"ј���~��ūoD���.D%�F��U��~���U啍�LeM��w�7�`����k�*ݸJ*�ׄ��(�/o/֢��͛�T�7�c� ��y��%q�������^��Z�H�o�}�Ǔ�咠*�x&��s6��º�d����sM���D��K�;�R�щ(�i2���2i��Z�JÖ���@����)R��ԧ.��>�'I��P����twh�Z�f�)���*��eRZQ�"ޞ$[?��v�粖 ��n. /Type/ExtGState The fields you need to fill out are highlighted. by Pete1313 » Fri Mar 30, 2018 12:20 pm, Post By multiplying the analysis ppm number by 0.3 per inch of soil sample depth, you can determine the total pounds of nitrogen in the soil. <> If 12 ppm of NO3 is reported, then multiplied by 2.4 equates to 28.8 pounds of nitrate nitrogen in the soil, which means your nitrogen applied should be effectively be reduced by 28.8 pounds from total N needed to grow your next crop. 4 0 obj A community for the DIY lawn enthusiast... Post %���� Mn availability is influenced by soil pH, and low pH can increase Mn availability, while high pH can lessen it. Sulfate is also subject to leaching. The company’s technology focus is specialized in developing enterprise lab management software and patented lab instrumentation for both the agricultural and environmental laboratory industries. Always consult an independent agronomist if you are unsure of agronomic decisions on your operation. Find Out with FBN® Benchmarking, Use Satellite Imagery to Scout Fields with Your FBN® Membership, Choose Seeds for Your Farm Using FBN® Seed Finder, Bray test is best with neutral and low pH soils, Olsen test is used on high pH soils (this test generally reports phosphorus at lower levels), Mehlich III test can be used on most pH values of cropping soils. Outside of these pH parameters, certain crops can have a difficult time absorbing essential nutrients. Generally speaking, the higher the organic matter, the healthier the soil. 5 0 obj If you take 1.333 million lbs ×(.75) = 1 million lbs or 1/2 acre slice furrow. This year the N inputs will be higher then normal since it is the first year after a renovation. 11 0 obj %PDF-1.4 For example: 8 inch soil sample depth equals 0.3 X 8 = 2.4. This measurement indicates the nutrient supply and balance of cations for K, Mg, Ca, H and Na. If you prefer to use another lab for your soil samples and would like to submit those results for recommendations, please submit them. Reviewing your soil analysis report! by g-man » Fri Mar 30, 2018 6:55 pm, As an Amazon Associate The Lawn Forum earns from qualifying purchases, Powered by phpBB® Forum Software © phpBB Limited. /Filter/FlateDecode The soil test measures sulfate-sulfur. 7 0 obj by g-man » Fri Mar 30, 2018 10:20 am, Post /Type/ExtGState by Ridgerunner » Fri Mar 30, 2018 5:56 pm, Post �p4���6�3L͢G3�� �u You don't notice no difference, that's because you don't have the eye!" 12 0 obj >> I think the approach of using next year results to keep tweaking is the best. Sodium is not a soil nutrient—adding other elements, such as gypsum or elemental sulfur, will help with water infiltration to flush away the sodium you have present. This is not a characteristic of the soil. /SM 0.001 So far I've discovered a couple of way to determine how much the lawn uses of each of the elemental nutrients from the MLSN model. << }xHG'�t4��OL�J[�����?��|'8����&��K�iz�����~���h~�w�0H���D�д by Ridgerunner » Fri Mar 30, 2018 10:03 am, Post O#�|������ �/~���@���;37~�ʯ���������/X��e�\��8�4*D����Uk���n�)L�ƴ:*�|��(��"�F�-r��o�X��;]OX��5��`?`U�(K�2� S�fʭM�TX:�U�c���%x�a�����9��L�8�VNPVN&�L�޵�-�pp&�lH�P_�P��z䍇�_��+� ����qc�xo^�����V: t�(�|�V�E; ;� T���㶛�B��-�-�?�A�dC�� ��oI@Z�p��O�r@�a�JP1�7��?P�(e�Z�nL>�H,� � �X��FH}d7��Ǡ��]���(!ܾ@�-^1cȪ�i�4���qۗ�U1cۈ�h�њ|=F��ǵ"�JeZm�1`�:����,ꨳ#DSgN�$��L��x�%b�8�r��Ԉ�t��6b�8�5F�5f#�l Ye���t��Rv0AAvƐU�H��Wv#�N�X �*u�YtR(ֈ&�v�X���j��)�lLez endobj 2 0 obj by Pete1313 » Fri Mar 30, 2018 5:15 pm, Post This can include a fertilizer recommendation for achieving the yield goal of the commodity to be grown, which are usually based on local university research for your particular area. Click the image to download our soil test submission form which includes macro minerals and 6 trace minerals. endobj The quantity and quality of information you receive for the cost of the analysis makes. Calcium is typically plentiful in soils with pH of 6.0 and higher; however, calcium can be applied as gypsum and not affect soil pH. Sulfur is measured as sulfate, which is the available form of sulfur the plant can use. <> But remember, the analysis is only as reliable as the soil sample collected. endobj Re: Pete1313's Waypoint Analytical Soil Test, http://files.asianturfgrass.com/mlsn_cheat_sheet.pdf, http://www.turfhacker.com/2018/03/mlsn- ... -step.html. 2 0 obj The range for sodium in most common soil types is typically 80-120 ppm. This measures the electrical conductivity of the soil solution to determine the risk of salt injury to plants. This can include a fertilizer recommendation for achieving the yield goal of the commodity to be grown, which are usually based on local university research for your particular area. Organic matter accumulation is a slow process. Sodium is not a soil nutrient—adding other elements, such as gypsum or elemental sulfur, will help with water infiltration to flush away the sodium you have present. We encourage you to utilize their services and can provide you … 3 0 obj <>>>/Filter/FlateDecode/Length 35>> Download our recommended soil test submission form from Waypoint Analytical in Leola, PA. Always read and follow label use instructions. Lowering the soil pH is a more difficult and expensive task—sometimes, an application of elemental sulfur can be used to lower soil pH. Iron ppm of 10-20 is typically common on most soils. Testing Services. Soluble salts are largely affected by environmental conditions—soils that contain high salt content are called saline soils (NaCl). <> >> Thanks for the detailed response. by Ridgerunner » Fri Mar 30, 2018 2:23 pm, Post Nitrogen is tested as nitrate (NO3) form only, unless requested otherwise. Also based on the Ca/Mg ratio, and that the Ca is in the medium range(per the test) what do you think about adding some gypsum to the amendment list this year? But each laboratory can adjust these recommendations based on your specific needs and their expertise. >> stream Soluble Salts . I will admit that I am not knowledgeable when it comes to soil test results, but enjoy doing some calculations and love to learn. ifthe soil tests below 31 ppm (62 lb/acre), the soil test reportwill suggest an applicationof magnesium. The reading can be important in your herbicide selection and fertilizer applications, so that you can avoid product tie-ups with the calcium present—which would render it ineffective and unavailable to your plants. Magnesium is often adequate in soils with a pH 6.5 and higher, though magnesium at 100 ppm or more is acceptable. << I soil tested at 4" which is 2/3 acre slice furrow. If I were to add 30 lbs/M of gypsum (21% Ca, 17% S) should that in theory add 207.9ppm of Ca to next year's test result. For most common soil types, soils with a range of 7-15 ppm S are considered adequate. x�+T06�3 D�%��{�&��(��+ ҽ � endobj Also what do you make about the different recommendations for a bluegrass lawn compared to a athletic field(addition of .5 lb/M of P2O5 and .33 lb/M of S)? Reduced tillage has been shown to have a positive impact on organic matter and soil tilth. I think this makes sense to me. One thing I noticed odd in the report was that they used m3 for phosphorus given the pH being 7.4. Copper at 0.8-1.0 is adequate for most crops. 4 0 obj stream "The bluegrass of Kentucky. 1 0 obj The S3M test which is what I got costs $16.50 from the Iowa lab and includes those recommendations. x�;sf��Q0R ��0. the analysis is only as reliable as the soil sample collected. I changed up my soil test procedure this year by sampling the whole soil core from 0-4" opposed to just the 3-4" depth in previous years. Salts can accumulate from excessive fertilizer applications and poor quality irrigation water, and where rainfall is limited. y�TJQ�e������I�}�����A{�.��ل!��Ta���X�_n 10 0 obj endobj What does a number of 140 mean? by Pete1313 » Fri Mar 30, 2018 1:32 am, Post by Ridgerunner » Fri Mar 30, 2018 10:29 am, Post I appreciate the discussion! 6 0 obj %���� In short, are all calculated nutrient additions based on a 1 acre slice furrow even though im only sampling to 4"? Soils with 25 to 35 ppm P is typically adequate on most soils. This number also helps to define the soil’s texture and composition. << The fields you need to fill out are highlighted. Mostsoils low in magnesiumare often acidic and low incalcium. Mark Cullen explains how to use a soil test kit and how to amend your soil based on the test results. Water Analysis Waypoint Analytical. With the exception of nitrogen, simply multiplying ppm by two will equal pounds per acre of each nutrient. Row crops are typically most efficient with pH between 6.2 and 7.2. >> by Pete1313 » Fri Mar 30, 2018 1:15 am, Post In addition to each element level that will be reported back, you will also receive a few other important soil characteristics as well: This a measure of acidity or alkalinity of your soil on a scale of 0 to 14, with 7.0 soil pH being neutral. /Length 8652 '����#- �7EG���sػz�c�D����_u�oi���d�-�� ���H#?�1w�1���Q'��R��\�ݞI�:�8S�Izd&�:=} �l-��\�V�� �����.��s�Ie�t�E���RJyG�Hs�kԳ��w����!tg���15xv��O��U ���S�KpOٽ��r�ג� hbspt.cta._relativeUrls=true;hbspt.cta.load(1667865, '9ed104be-32d7-42f6-b64c-a3d16298ffeb', {}); The soil analysis report that you will receive back from the lab should consist of all the attributes of the soil test you selected when you sent off your samples. Soils with a pH below 7.0 are acidic, while soils with a pH above 7.0 are alkaline. Submit your samples directly to Waypoint Analytical. So although I am only interested in the 0-4" depth it is assumed that the Ca is not just going to be in the 0-4" range. Is it just that more root mass is located within the 3-4" range (if that's actually true)? <> 8 0 obj Ready to maximize your farm’s profit potential? This measures the electrical conductivity of the soil solution to determine the risk of salt injury to plants. I could not find for recycled clippings. What's the argument for sampling at 3-4" vs 0-4"? << The 0.2P and 0.5K are for removed clippings. I like how Waypoint gives some general recommendations that are included in the price. Waypoint Analytical has established its agricultural soil labs as the most reliable and timely provider of soil test data. <> stream endobj An acre slice furrow is 2 million lbs so a 2/3 acre slice furrow is 1.333 million lbs. 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Post %���� Mn availability is influenced by soil pH, and low pH can increase Mn availability, while high pH can lessen it. Sulfate is also subject to leaching. The company’s technology focus is specialized in developing enterprise lab management software and patented lab instrumentation for both the agricultural and environmental laboratory industries. Always consult an independent agronomist if you are unsure of agronomic decisions on your operation. Find Out with FBN® Benchmarking, Use Satellite Imagery to Scout Fields with Your FBN® Membership, Choose Seeds for Your Farm Using FBN® Seed Finder, Bray test is best with neutral and low pH soils, Olsen test is used on high pH soils (this test generally reports phosphorus at lower levels), Mehlich III test can be used on most pH values of cropping soils. Outside of these pH parameters, certain crops can have a difficult time absorbing essential nutrients. Generally speaking, the higher the organic matter, the healthier the soil. 5 0 obj If you take 1.333 million lbs ×(.75) = 1 million lbs or 1/2 acre slice furrow. This year the N inputs will be higher then normal since it is the first year after a renovation. 11 0 obj %PDF-1.4 For example: 8 inch soil sample depth equals 0.3 X 8 = 2.4. This measurement indicates the nutrient supply and balance of cations for K, Mg, Ca, H and Na. If you prefer to use another lab for your soil samples and would like to submit those results for recommendations, please submit them. Reviewing your soil analysis report! by g-man » Fri Mar 30, 2018 6:55 pm, As an Amazon Associate The Lawn Forum earns from qualifying purchases, Powered by phpBB® Forum Software © phpBB Limited. /Filter/FlateDecode The soil test measures sulfate-sulfur. 7 0 obj by g-man » Fri Mar 30, 2018 10:20 am, Post /Type/ExtGState by Ridgerunner » Fri Mar 30, 2018 5:56 pm, Post �p4���6�3L͢G3�� �u You don't notice no difference, that's because you don't have the eye!" 12 0 obj >> I think the approach of using next year results to keep tweaking is the best. Sodium is not a soil nutrient—adding other elements, such as gypsum or elemental sulfur, will help with water infiltration to flush away the sodium you have present. This is not a characteristic of the soil. /SM 0.001 So far I've discovered a couple of way to determine how much the lawn uses of each of the elemental nutrients from the MLSN model. << }xHG'�t4��OL�J[�����?��|'8����&��K�iz�����~���h~�w�0H���D�д by Ridgerunner » Fri Mar 30, 2018 10:03 am, Post O#�|������ �/~���@���;37~�ʯ���������/X��e�\��8�4*D����Uk���n�)L�ƴ:*�|��(��"�F�-r��o�X��;]OX��5��`?`U�(K�2� S�fʭM�TX:�U�c���%x�a�����9��L�8�VNPVN&�L�޵�-�pp&�lH�P_�P��z䍇�_��+� ����qc�xo^�����V: t�(�|�V�E; ;� T���㶛�B��-�-�?�A�dC�� ��oI@Z�p��O�r@�a�JP1�7��?P�(e�Z�nL>�H,� � �X��FH}d7��Ǡ��]���(!ܾ@�-^1cȪ�i�4���qۗ�U1cۈ�h�њ|=F��ǵ"�JeZm�1`�:����,ꨳ#DSgN�$��L��x�%b�8�r��Ԉ�t��6b�8�5F�5f#�l Ye���t��Rv0AAvƐU�H��Wv#�N�X �*u�YtR(ֈ&�v�X���j��)�lLez endobj 2 0 obj by Pete1313 » Fri Mar 30, 2018 5:15 pm, Post This can include a fertilizer recommendation for achieving the yield goal of the commodity to be grown, which are usually based on local university research for your particular area. Click the image to download our soil test submission form which includes macro minerals and 6 trace minerals. endobj The quantity and quality of information you receive for the cost of the analysis makes. Calcium is typically plentiful in soils with pH of 6.0 and higher; however, calcium can be applied as gypsum and not affect soil pH. Sulfur is measured as sulfate, which is the available form of sulfur the plant can use. <> But remember, the analysis is only as reliable as the soil sample collected. endobj Re: Pete1313's Waypoint Analytical Soil Test, http://files.asianturfgrass.com/mlsn_cheat_sheet.pdf, http://www.turfhacker.com/2018/03/mlsn- ... -step.html. 2 0 obj The range for sodium in most common soil types is typically 80-120 ppm. This measures the electrical conductivity of the soil solution to determine the risk of salt injury to plants. This can include a fertilizer recommendation for achieving the yield goal of the commodity to be grown, which are usually based on local university research for your particular area. Organic matter accumulation is a slow process. Sodium is not a soil nutrient—adding other elements, such as gypsum or elemental sulfur, will help with water infiltration to flush away the sodium you have present. We encourage you to utilize their services and can provide you … 3 0 obj <>>>/Filter/FlateDecode/Length 35>> Download our recommended soil test submission form from Waypoint Analytical in Leola, PA. Always read and follow label use instructions. Lowering the soil pH is a more difficult and expensive task—sometimes, an application of elemental sulfur can be used to lower soil pH. Iron ppm of 10-20 is typically common on most soils. Testing Services. Soluble salts are largely affected by environmental conditions—soils that contain high salt content are called saline soils (NaCl). <> >> Thanks for the detailed response. by Ridgerunner » Fri Mar 30, 2018 2:23 pm, Post Nitrogen is tested as nitrate (NO3) form only, unless requested otherwise. Also based on the Ca/Mg ratio, and that the Ca is in the medium range(per the test) what do you think about adding some gypsum to the amendment list this year? But each laboratory can adjust these recommendations based on your specific needs and their expertise. >> stream Soluble Salts . I will admit that I am not knowledgeable when it comes to soil test results, but enjoy doing some calculations and love to learn. ifthe soil tests below 31 ppm (62 lb/acre), the soil test reportwill suggest an applicationof magnesium. The reading can be important in your herbicide selection and fertilizer applications, so that you can avoid product tie-ups with the calcium present—which would render it ineffective and unavailable to your plants. Magnesium is often adequate in soils with a pH 6.5 and higher, though magnesium at 100 ppm or more is acceptable. << I soil tested at 4" which is 2/3 acre slice furrow. If I were to add 30 lbs/M of gypsum (21% Ca, 17% S) should that in theory add 207.9ppm of Ca to next year's test result. For most common soil types, soils with a range of 7-15 ppm S are considered adequate. x�+T06�3 D�%��{�&��(��+ ҽ � endobj Also what do you make about the different recommendations for a bluegrass lawn compared to a athletic field(addition of .5 lb/M of P2O5 and .33 lb/M of S)? Reduced tillage has been shown to have a positive impact on organic matter and soil tilth. I think this makes sense to me. One thing I noticed odd in the report was that they used m3 for phosphorus given the pH being 7.4. Copper at 0.8-1.0 is adequate for most crops. 4 0 obj stream "The bluegrass of Kentucky. 1 0 obj The S3M test which is what I got costs $16.50 from the Iowa lab and includes those recommendations. x�;sf��Q0R ��0. the analysis is only as reliable as the soil sample collected. I changed up my soil test procedure this year by sampling the whole soil core from 0-4" opposed to just the 3-4" depth in previous years. Salts can accumulate from excessive fertilizer applications and poor quality irrigation water, and where rainfall is limited. y�TJQ�e������I�}�����A{�.��ل!��Ta���X�_n 10 0 obj endobj What does a number of 140 mean? by Pete1313 » Fri Mar 30, 2018 1:32 am, Post by Ridgerunner » Fri Mar 30, 2018 10:29 am, Post I appreciate the discussion! 6 0 obj %���� In short, are all calculated nutrient additions based on a 1 acre slice furrow even though im only sampling to 4"? Soils with 25 to 35 ppm P is typically adequate on most soils. This number also helps to define the soil’s texture and composition. << The fields you need to fill out are highlighted. Mostsoils low in magnesiumare often acidic and low incalcium. Mark Cullen explains how to use a soil test kit and how to amend your soil based on the test results. Water Analysis Waypoint Analytical. With the exception of nitrogen, simply multiplying ppm by two will equal pounds per acre of each nutrient. Row crops are typically most efficient with pH between 6.2 and 7.2. >> by Pete1313 » Fri Mar 30, 2018 1:15 am, Post In addition to each element level that will be reported back, you will also receive a few other important soil characteristics as well: This a measure of acidity or alkalinity of your soil on a scale of 0 to 14, with 7.0 soil pH being neutral. /Length 8652 '����#- �7EG���sػz�c�D����_u�oi���d�-�� ���H#?�1w�1���Q'��R��\�ݞI�:�8S�Izd&�:=} �l-��\�V�� �����.��s�Ie�t�E���RJyG�Hs�kԳ��w����!tg���15xv��O��U ���S�KpOٽ��r�ג� hbspt.cta._relativeUrls=true;hbspt.cta.load(1667865, '9ed104be-32d7-42f6-b64c-a3d16298ffeb', {}); The soil analysis report that you will receive back from the lab should consist of all the attributes of the soil test you selected when you sent off your samples. Soils with a pH below 7.0 are acidic, while soils with a pH above 7.0 are alkaline. Submit your samples directly to Waypoint Analytical. So although I am only interested in the 0-4" depth it is assumed that the Ca is not just going to be in the 0-4" range. Is it just that more root mass is located within the 3-4" range (if that's actually true)? <> 8 0 obj Ready to maximize your farm’s profit potential? This measures the electrical conductivity of the soil solution to determine the risk of salt injury to plants. I could not find for recycled clippings. What's the argument for sampling at 3-4" vs 0-4"? << The 0.2P and 0.5K are for removed clippings. I like how Waypoint gives some general recommendations that are included in the price. Waypoint Analytical has established its agricultural soil labs as the most reliable and timely provider of soil test data. <> stream endobj An acre slice furrow is 2 million lbs so a 2/3 acre slice furrow is 1.333 million lbs. 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