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garyl
Posted 10/17/2020 06:42 (#8549807 - in reply to #8548659)
Subject: RE: Soil grids


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Goose You are very passionate about your work and Im sure your clients apperiate your thoroughness. I think you are assuming my post as somehow being challenging or negative to your comments and are being way too defensive. One of the precepts of the whole precision farm industry is that soil "fertility" as measured by soil test are homogenous and repeatable inside of a relatively small area. Everyones milage may very in that regard. I have spoken to several long term precision technology users who after many years of using soil test numbers for VR fertilizer rec are moving to yield based crops removal type recommendations. I'm not sure where things go from here. Everyone has good results using soil test based VR for Ph, but personally after over 20 years on some fields in my mind P&K are still a work in progress. Yes I know I didn't do this right or I didn't do that right and there is little need to convince you otherwise but that is the trend I am seeing

Edited by garyl 10/17/2020 06:44
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