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Instructions for Soil Sampling Your Wildlife Food Plot
Why should I take a soil sample from my wildlife food plot?
Proper fertilization is key to producing high quality wildlife food plots. Before purchasing fertilizer, how
- 1. The product that I want to test cannot be done by NIR. Which wet chemistry test package should I order? Package D offers OARDC energy calculation for most alternative feedstuffs and commodities, feed and forages. Feeds that have a defined and relatively narro
Just as soil tests form the foundation for crop
- 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
- Dairyland provides Wildlife Foodplot Test Kits which include a sample bag, instructions for taking a proper sample, a sample submission form, and a pre-paid envelope for shipping. After submitting a sample you will recieve a detailed soil test report with lime and fertilizer recommendations
- It all begins with A sample.
Soil testing is an integral part of managing soils for crop production, lawn care or even wild life food plots. Determining whether interventions are needed to improve soil fertility or alter pH is best done with a soil test. However, a soil tes
- The first step in obtaining reliable, ac
- 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
- In Wisconsin, a soil testing laboratory must be certified by the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade, and Consumer Protections (WDATCP) if results are to be used in nutrient management planning or related to any government cost sharing program. A certified testing laboratory must per
- Most forages and commodities can receive OARDC energy calculations from Dairyland Laboratory’s Package D. These feeds have a defined and relatively narrow range of AD-ICP and Lignin values that allow book values of these nutrients to be used in energy calculations.
For more information call Dairyland Laboratories, Inc. at 608-323-2123 or contact us here