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North Dakota Clay Mineralogy Circular Published (06/07/18)

North Dakota Clay Mineralogy Circular Published

North Dakota Clay Mineralogy Circular Published

Due to its importance for North Dakota potassium (K) fertilizer recommendations, as well as its importance in future farm tillage decisions, I developed the ‘North Dakota Clay Mineralogy Impacts Crop Potassium Nutrition and Tillage Systems’ NDSU Extension Circular SF1881’ with the assistance of my technician/programmer/GIS guru, Honggang Bu. Thanks to John Breker at Agvise, Scott Murrell with IPNI and Bernie Saini-Eidukat with NDSU Geosciences for their reviews and contributions. There is also an HTML version that can be accessed better on smart phones through NDSU Extension Publications.

Dave Franzen

NDSU Extension Soil Specialist

701-799-2565

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