Guidelines for Soil Sampling



Guidelines for Soil Sampling Related

Soil Sampling for Precision Agriculture:: Provides guidance on basic sampling principles to provide the necessary information for variable rate fertilizer application. [PDF]

Blackburn Sampling, Inc.:: Offers U.S. EPA referenced, patented Coliwasa samplers and accessories for representative sampling of wastes.

Best Environmental Subsurface Sampling Technologies, Inc.:: Suppliers of soil, soil-gas and groundwater sampling devices that utilize inert gas technologies to minimize VOC loss.

WHO: Air Quality Guidelines:: Global update 2005, with summary of risk assessment for particulate matter, ozone, nitrogen dioxide and sulfur dioxide. Links to multi-lingual versions in PDF.

Tree Ordinance Guidelines:: A handbook for the development and evaluation of local urban forestry programs.

Nutrition Guidelines for Ostriches and Emus:: Information on feeding programs which have been developed by using basic physiological and historical information available about ostriches and emus, combined with knowledge about the nutrient requirements of other poultry species. [PDF]

Taro Production Guidelines for Kauai:: Contains introduction to taro, varieties, propagation, harvest and post harvest practices, pests and diseases, and the value of taro.

Guidelines for Using Donkeys as Guard Animals with Sheep:: This paper summarizes some of the management guidelines and other factors which may improve the likelihood of a donkey becoming a successful livestock guard animal.

Greenhouse Tomatoes: Guidelines for Biological Controls:: This article outlines the biological agents available for controlling whitefly, fungus gnats, nematodes, mites, thrips and aphids, all best used as a part of an integrated pest management plan. [PDF]

University of California Pest Management Guidelines: Turfgrass:: Articles and photos of weeds, diseases, insects, mites, and nematodes. Statewide Integrated Pest Management (IPM) Project.

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