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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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Holganix
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[Webinar] Fertilizer Prices High? How Soil Microbes Can Improve Fertilizer Efficiency

Did you know that over 50% of fertilizer that is applied is lost? Many farmers are producing more while using less fertilizer by leveraging soil microbes to increase fertilizer efficiency, allowing more fertilizer to go to the crop and reducing waste. Join the editors of No-Till Farmer along with Holganix for "Fertilizer Prices High? How Soil Microbes Can Improve Fertilizer Efficiency."
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NewLeaf Symbiotics
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[Digital Demonstration] An Introduction to NewLeaf Symbiotics and their Proprietary PPFM Technology

Learn how Terrasym has established a natural, permanent partnership with plants and enhance nutrient uptake to make crops more stable and tolerant of stress throughout their life cycle, resulting in stronger yields at harvest. [To view any of our webinar replays, you must be logged in with a free user account.]


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