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12/02/2014

Soil Analysis - 2005
Date 8/31/05
Lab Number 51623
Sample Depth 0-8"
Soil pH 8.1
Sol. Salts (mmho/cm) 0.2
Excess Lime Lo
% Organic Matter 1.9
Nitrate-Nitrogen (ppm) 3
Nitrate-Nitrogen (lb. N/A) 7
Phosphorus (ppm P) 12
Potassium (ppm K) 151
Sulfur (ppm) 12
Sulfur (lb. S/A) 29
Calcium (ppm Ca) 1838
Magnesium (ppm Mg) 207
Sodium (ppm Na) 22
Zinc (ppm Zn) 0.7
Iron (ppm Fe) 5.5
Manganese (ppm Mn) 5.7
Copper (ppm Cu) 0.2
Boron (ppm B) 0.44
Cation Exchange Capacity
CEC   11
%H    0
%K    3
%Ca   81
%Mg   15
%Na   1
Fertilizer Recommendations (pounds of actual nutrient per acre)
  Grapes, Wine Grapes, Table
Yield Goal 4T 8T
Nitrogen (N) 5 40
Phosphorus (P2O5) 20 20
Potassium (K2O) 0 0
Zinc (Zn) 1 1
Sulphur (S) 0 0
Magnesium (MgO) 0 0
Copper (Cu) 1 1
Manganese (Mn) 0 0
Boron (B) 0 0
Notes:
Subsoil nitrate samples to 24 or 36 inches can improve the accuracy of nitrogen recommendations.

CEC calculated by cation summation may overestimate true CEC and underestimate exchangable sodium percentage (ESP) in soils.

Copper: Yield response to copper fertilization is infrequent. Plant analysis should be used to confirm a deficiency before applying recommended copper.

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