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
Understand soil compaction, the different forms of compaction and how to classify them, prevention methods and compaction remediation methods.
How to correct soil acidity, calculate lime rates, reduce metal toxicity and an explanation on when to use phosphate for optional wheat production.
Examination of a study that was established in 2004 designed to evaluate the sensor-based technologies and typical yield goal based management practices.
A summary of the 2009-2013 soil tests from all 77 counties in Oklahoma.
A description of specific tools available in Web Soil Survey to estimate on-site forage availability without any previous on-site measurements or observations.
Strip-till in Oklahoma can fit into many cropping systems throughout the state, learn how to utilize the conservation tillage practice and its many benefits.
The equipment, variety, rotation, soil, disease, insects, weeds and economics involved with and needed in the decision to operate a no-till wheat production.
Having a beautiful growing landscape begins with learning the basics of what makes a healthy soil.