Pasture Fertility Need is Different in Drought

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This week Josh and Dana spoke with Dr. Brian Arnall after one of the Spring Forage Meetings held across NW OK. We talk about Small Grains and Perennial Pastures. We cover Nitrogen but also the increased need for Phosphorus and Potassium in drought and overgrazed forages. Soil sampling is also a big topic.

Check out the Red Dirt Agronomy Podcast that Dr. Arnall co-hosts with Dr. Jason Warren and Dr. Josh Lofton. Find their podcast on Google Podcast, Apple Podcast, Spotify, and Amazon Music.

Other great resources:

How to get a Good Soil Sample OSU Factsheet

OSU Soil Test Interpretations OSU Factsheet

Transcripts of episode available upon request.

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Pasture Fertility Need is Different in Drought

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