Soil Biology

[Webinar] Managing Soil Biology For Faster Crop Residue Decay

Doug Miller
Doug Miller

Crop residue that breaks down quickly can return valuable nutrients to your soils and make it easier to no-till the following season. Get answers on ways to improve soil biology and residue decay by watching the replay of this No-Till Farmer webinar sponsored by Midwest Bio-Tech. The live event took place on Tuesday, September 10, 2013.

Here’s what you’ll learn:

  • What soil microbes need to break down residue
  • How to manage the biology of the decay process
  • Does applying sugar or nitrogen to residue help?
  • The length of time it takes to break down crop residue
  • How much nutrient (N-P-K) can be released for the next crop

High levels of residue that break down slowly and interfere with planting is one of the biggest obstacles confronting no-tillers today. Techniques on how to break down residue more quickly without compromising no-till were delivered by Doug Miller, vice president of Midwest Bio-Tech.

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