Soil Health

Avoid Tillage, Protect Soil Organic Matter

Soil is an important part of our lives because it supports our food production. One of the most important components of our soil is organic matter. Plants that we no-till grow provide this organic matter and the nutrients which regenerate the soil.
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Liquid Potassium May Be Way To Go

It has been a difficult fall for many no-till corn producers, as the harvest has been pushed later and later. And that has placed added pressure on fall and spring crop nutrition decisions.
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Seeking Ways To Keep Carbon In Soil

Agricultural Research Service (ARS) scientists are testing out alternative ways of tilling the soil and rotating crops to see if they can help wheat farmers in Oregon sequester more carbon in the soil and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
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Does Grid Sampling Really Pay?

The costs to identify nutrient variability can be minimal while helping you put fertilizer where it needs to be for even greater returns.
Soil sampling season is definitely here, and many producers are now using grid or management zone sampling rather than low-density soil sampling.
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Are Your No-Till Soils Getting A Balanced Diet?

Fertility expert Neal Kinsey covers all the basics necessary for nurturing soils so they become a thriving, productive living system.
“Not only is each individual element necessary, but a balance of all soil elements is necessary...”— Neal Kinsey. Fertility expert Neal Kinsey covers all the basics necessary for nurturing soils so they become a thriving, productive living system.
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