Managing soil health and nutrients is crucial to plant health and growth. Here, we've collected articles and resources to help you make soil fertilizer decisions.
Soil Interpretations & Fertilizer Recommendations
Development of sound nutrient management programs involves knowledge of a wide range of information. Soil test records are an important piece of required information, but other factors such as soil moisture conditions, land ownership/tenure, crop and cropping sequence, pest management, cultural practices, environmental issues, and other management items are vital for developing sound nutrient management programs.
Soil & Fertilizer Resources & Publications
- Fertilizer Recommendations - Interactive Workbook (XLSX) - 2023 Update
- Chloride in Kansas: Plant, Soil and Fertilizer Considerations (PDF)
- Sulphur in Kansas: Plant, Soil and Fertilizer Considerations (PDF)
- The Effects of Nitrogen Fertilizer on Soil (PDF)
- Liming Acid Soils (PDF)
- Management of Saline and Sodic Soils (PDF)
- Management Practices Affecting Nitrogen Loss from Urea (PDF)
- Nutrient Management Plan (PDF)
- The Kansas Department of Agriculture, Pesticides and Fertilizer Program have developed commercial laws for Fertilizers and Pesticides.