Pamela Karg

Contributing Writer

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Harvesting Residue Nutrients with New Biologicals

Using a biological product to break down crop residue can speed nutrient cycling, boost soil organic matter and save wear-and-tear on tires.
We only know about 10% of soil’s bacillus-like species, beneficial microbes widely used in industry and agriculture. Yet our knowledge of their diversity and distribution patterns in the soil is still rudimentary, says Larry Fiene of Planet Earth Agronomy.
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