The OSU Soil Physics program provides information to help understand the soil, the
soil water balance, and the surface energy balance to help producers better manage
and conserve their land and water.
Soil Health & Fertility
The guidelines for acceptable chemical contents of biosolids and their effects on soil.
An explanation of the characteristics of saline and alkali soils and how to remedy them for optimal soil content.
This publication describes different approaches for making fertilizer recommendations and how to adjust fertilizer practices based on market conditions.
Starter fertilizer is a small amount of fertilizer nutrients applied in close proximity to the seed and the technique requires its own management procedures.
The comparison between historic trends, new data in nitrogen requirements and the effects of nitrogen in cotton yields.
Using alum-treated poultry litter for fertilizer and its benefits.
Learn about the history of the GreenSeeker sensors that are used to make mid-season Nitrogen rate recommendations.
Learn about different types of on-farm demonstrations and the benefits and challenges that should be considered when selecting one.