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General Guide for Nutrient Recommendations in Iowa (2357 words)
Subsoil P is determined by the Bray P1 soil test for samples taken from the 30- to 42-inch depth.
Subsoil K is determined by the ammonium acetate soil test for samples taken from the 12- to 24-inch depth.
Subsoil P and K levels for soil series with more than 5,000 acres and a corn suitability rating (CSR) greater than 30 are given in Table 18 for each of the major soil areas in Iowa that contain the principal soil associations shown in Figure 1.
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