Veris Nutrients

If your objective is to sample the soil, then sample by the soil.


Nutrient use efficiency is driven by soil and topography. 

 
Whether nutrients will be used, stored and lost depends on the soil. Because of this, advanced agronomists and growers have begun guiding their soil sampling programs with a combination of texture (soil EC), organic matter and slope/curvature.

If your objective is to sample the soil, then sample by the soil.


Nutrient use efficiency is driven by soil and topography. 

 
Whether nutrients will be used, stored and lost depends on the soil. Because of this, advanced agronomists and growers have begun guiding their soil sampling programs with a combination of texture (soil EC), organic matter and slope/curvature.

If your objective is to sample the soil, then sample by the soil.


Nutrient use efficiency is driven by soil and topography. 

 
Whether nutrients will be used, stored and lost depends on the soil. Because of this, advanced agronomists and growers have begun guiding their soil sampling programs with a combination of texture (soil EC), organic matter and slope/curvature.

If your objective is to sample the soil, then sample by the soil.


Nutrient use efficiency is driven by soil and topography. 

 
Whether nutrients will be used, stored and lost depends on the soil. Because of this, advanced agronomists and growers have begun guiding their soil sampling programs with a combination of texture (soil EC), organic matter and slope/curvature.

If your objective is to sample the soil, then sample by the soil.


Nutrient use efficiency is driven by soil and topography. 

 
Whether nutrients will be used, stored and lost depends on the soil. Because of this, advanced agronomists and growers have begun guiding their soil sampling programs with a combination of texture (soil EC), organic matter and slope/curvature.

If your objective is to sample the soil, then sample by the soil.


Nutrient use efficiency is driven by soil and topography. 

 
Whether nutrients will be used, stored and lost depends on the soil. Because of this, advanced agronomists and growers have begun guiding their soil sampling programs with a combination of texture (soil EC), organic matter and slope/curvature.

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