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Are you confident that all the nitrogen from the anhydrous ammonia you applied last fall is available this spring? Did you apply manure on a field as a source of nitrogen? The only way to know if that nitrogen is available for your crop is to test the soil for both nitrate and ammonium.

Land Application of flood adulterated grain as a nutrient source for a future crop may be an option for some as extensive flooding has affected some stored grain.

Rainfall in most of the Midwest exceeded normal levels - raising concerns as farmers head into 2019.

We're seeing unusually high sample counts of Soybean Cyst Nematodes this year. Here's what you need to know.

Announcing the official start of the 2018 AgSource Laboratories GAP water sample pick-up route service on June 5.