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Major crops affected: Corn Silage, High Moisture Corn, Earlage/Snaplage
Conditions favoring pro
- Interpretation and Use of Silage Fermentation Analysis Reports
Limin Kung¹ and Randy Shaverº
¹Department of Animal and Food Sciences
University of Delaware
ºDepartment of Dairy Science
University of Wisconsin -Madison
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- A Soil Report contains information identifying the sample, the lab analysis results, an interpretation of the soil nutrient levels based on selected crops, and Wisconsin nutrient recommendations based on crops to be grown and projected yield goals.
The Laboratory Analysis section
Mold and Yeast Analysis
- Specific soil type information and county of field location are now required in order to receive complete nutrient recommendations on the Soil Test Report. The soil type or soil series information can be obtained from a variety of resources including printed soil survey maps, or the
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Conditions Favoring Mold Production:
Molds grow over a temperature range of 50-104°F and a pH range of 4-8. Mold spores are in the soil and in plant debris lying ready
- Knowledge proves powerful in combating molds and mycotoxins in feed.
Research shows that molds and mycotoxins destroy nutrients and reduce
palatability of feed. So if concerns exist, let tests and analyses at
- Accurate testing of Feed & Forage is the first step in effectively managing and controlling feeding performance. Interpreting the results you
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