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 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.
Growers must be educated in order to properly identify diseases and implement appropriate controls.
A list of the diverse plant species and communities in Oklahoma.
Implementation of the mass reduction system for improved handling, transportation and application as well as the economic benefits of poultry litter.
The steps, methods and timing for application of biosolids as a plant nutrient source.
Test results, their interpretation and a general recommendation on suitability of the water for irrigation use and how that effect water quality.
A general summary of soil organic matter and the traits that control build-up.