Articles Tagged with ''soil biology''

How to Interpret Haney Soil Test Results

The Haney test is intended to select robust soil biological activity even if the overall percent organic matter isn’t great. But it’s an open question of what “enough” biological activity is, so interpreting tests like the Haney can be difficult.


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Next-Generation No-Till Weed Control Shares Tactics to Keep No-Till Fields Cleaner, For Longer

As more herbicide resistance and a novel type of resistance develop, no-tillers will need to add new technologies and techniques to their weed control toolbox to keep fields clean. This special report examines these options— no matter your tillage system.

Learn Cover Crops and Novel Technology Can Complement your Current Herbicide Program and your Fields for just $15.95! Everything you always wanted to know about herbicide resistance and weed control can be found in the 16 pages of our best-seller, Next-Generation No-Till Weed Control. 


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Farmer's Earthworm Handbook Shares 19 Tips for Building Up Soils with Earthworms

Your subterranean friends can improve soil fertility, health and tilth so roots grow deeper, and plants are productive — no matter what your tillage system.

Learn How Earthworms Can Save You Money, Time, And Your Fields For Just $15.95! If crop residues are removed too quickly in the fall or spring, worms may not have the opportunity to eat and breed. Learn to leverage earthworms for better crop production & improved profitability. Everything you always wanted to know about improving soil fertility and managing earthworms can be found in the 112 pages of our best-seller, The Farmer's Earthworm Handbook. 


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Breaking Down the Rhizophagy Cycle into 5 Simple Stages with John Kempf

John Kempf, chief vision officer and founder of Advancing Eco Agriculture, hosted a webinar titled “Regenerative Tools for Your No-Till Toolbox – Bringing Life to Your Soil.” In the webinar, Kempf dives into the relationship between soil biology and no-till farm management, and shares the value of biological inputs and the changes they can bring to your soil. One key to understanding this topic is understanding the rhizophagy cycle, which can be summarized into 5 stages:
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