- to differentiate fertilizer application. Redistribution of fertilizers between zones of inhomogeneities can promote the uniformity of yield in the field;
- to figure out the limiting factor. It may be enough to eliminate the lack of just one element to increase yields significantly;
- to use the right fertilizers. Knowing what is in the soil, you don’t have to apply nutrients that are already in excess. That’s how you can optimize fertilizer costs.
- to determine the right time of fertilizer application. Some certain soil indicators can signal the need for fractional fertilization;
- to apply the most effective types of fertilizers.