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Content by Amber Moore

Soil Organic Matter as a Soil Health Indicator: Sampling, Testing and Interpretation

Testing for soil organic matter helps you monitor soil health over time. Good soil management practices can improve soil organic matter in three to five years.

By Dan Sullivan, Amber Moore, Linda Brewer | OSU Extension Catalog

Camelina Nutrient Management Guide for the Pacific Northwest

Camelina is a drought-tolerant, low-input, oilseed crop grown throughout the U.S. Pacific Northwest. This publication provides soil fertility recommendations—including nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium, sulfur, and soil pH adjustments—for dryland and rainfed camelina production in areas of the Pacific...

By Don Wysocki, Tracy Wilson, Amber Moore | OSU Extension Catalog

Nutrient Management for Pastures: Western Oregon and Western Washington

Describes nutrient management practices for pastures to produce forage as a main feed source for western Oregon and Washington livestock.

By Dan Sullivan, Gene Pirelli, Amber Moore, Shelby Filley, Melissa Fery | OSU Extension Catalog

Sampling Dairy Manure and Compost for Nutrient Analysis

This guide describes how to obtain a representative sample of stockpiled dairy manure or dairy compost, select a reliable manure or compost testing laboratory, determine which lab analyses are needed (including total nitrogen, nitrate nitrogen, ammonium nitrogen, total phosphorus, total potassium...

By Amber Moore | OSU Extension Catalog

Nutrient Management for Field Corn Silage and Grain in the Inland Pacific Northwest

Adequate nutrition is essential if productive new corn hybrids are to realize their full yield potential. This publication provides fertilizer guidelines based on university research and a special section on manures as nutrient sources for corn.

By Amber Moore | OSU Extension Catalog

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