NNTC 2015 Speaker Presentation

Ways To Keep Phosphorus In The Soil Profile In A No-Till System - Jim Hoorman - NNTC 2015 Presentation - MP3 Download


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The fertility practices of no-tillers and farmers, in general, are being highly scrutinized due to recent harmful algae blooms and toxins in major waterways like Lake Erie. Jim Hoorman says recent research by Ohio State University shows iron may be releasing soluble reactive phosphorus to surface water during saturated soil conditions.

The Ohio State Extension soils specialist will share what steps no-tillers ought to take to ensure that they reduce their footprint from phosphorus being released into watersheds. He will explain how cover crops in conjunction with no-till could keep phosphorus in the soil profile and utilize phosphorus more efficiently.

(Total Run Time: 53 Minutes. File Size: 51MB)

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