June 10, 2020
MSU Agronomists (Richard Engel, Clain Jones, and Simon Fordyce) have put together a document on Soil Acidification Management. The document is available online at the following URL: http://landresources.montana.edu/fertilizerfacts/html/FF79.html. Paper copies are available at the Chouteau County Extension office.
The study concluded that adding 90 pounds of seed-placed fertilizer-phosphorus (0-45-0) can mitigate aluminum toxicity and increase growth and grain yield of cereal crops in acid-affected soils. In addition, responses to fertilizer-phosphorus in acid-affected soils occur even if...