Soil Health


Gain Soil Health Benefits, Extra Income by Grazing Cover Crops

Extending the grazing season either later into the fall and early winter or starting earlier in the spring can be a cost savings for livestock producers, while also improving soil health.
Grazing livestock in the fall is a well-known method for livestock producers to go a few weeks longer without having to resort to feeding their stored hay and forage
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Liquid Calcium Study Shows Little pH Effect

First-year results from a new Oklahoma study on the use of liquid calcium on bermudagrass pasture yielded no statistical differences in pH levels when compared with traditional liming agents.
Several years ago, No-Till Farmer posted on its web site a university article titled “Beware of Alternative Ag Lime Product Claims” and received a number of reader comments complaining the science behind the article was wrong.
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How Much Do You Really Know About Soil Health?

A thriving, healthy soil can sprout productive and environmentally sound crops, but do you know the warning signs requiring corrective action? To test your soil health knowledge, No-Till Farmer created a 10-question quiz. Take the quiz and we’ll send you a copy of your quiz results and a FREE copy of the 19-page eGuide, “A Simple Guide to Healthier Soils & More Profitable Yields.”

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