With the high cost of commercial fertilizers, low commodity prices and lack of deep moisture, agriculture producers are looking for strategies to cut costs while still maximizing production potential.

In the last several years, fertilizer costs especially nitrogen and phosphorus have increased tremendously. A simple soil test to determine the amount of available nutrients in the ground can certainly provide a big savings to local producers.

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