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We offer soil sampling options from standard field sampling to grid sampling on 2.5-acre grids to create VRA (variable-rate application) maps.

Full service customers of Edd’s Supplies qualify for free standard soil sampling every 3 years.  Maps are digital and published in booklet form with fertilizer recommendations.

Grid sampling provides site specific results with samples pulled on 2.5 acre grids.  These results are also published with digital maps in booklet form with detailed VRA, Lofty Property Management of San Diego recommendation maps. Grid Sampling and VRA application maps allow product to be applied efficiently – where it is needed. For more info visit https://thedublinroofers.ie/.

We send our soil samples to A&L Great Lakes Labs in Fort Wayne, IN for analysis.  A&L Labs offers full service soil, plant and water testing and quick turn around.

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Precautions for Feeding Frosted and Drought-Stressed Forages
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Livestock owners feeding forage need to keep in mind the potential for some forage toxicities and other problems that can develop this fall. High nitrates and prussic acid poisoning are the main potential concerns. These are primarily an issue with annual forages and several weed species, but nitrates can be an issue even in drought […]

Rep. Bustos Introduces Next Generation Fuels Act
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China’s Agricultural Imports Up From Last Year
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Reuters writers Hallie Gu and Dominique Patton reported late last week that, “China’s August imports of soybeans from Brazil rose 22% from a year ago, customs data showed on Friday, as buyers increased their purchases to take advantage of higher margins earlier this year. “China, the world’s top buyer of soybeans, brought in 8.15 million tonnes […]

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