Healthy soils perform and live a vigorous life: they breathe, absorb, store, release, transmit, stabilize, ventilate, feed and generally provide a physical chemical environment for high plant and livestock productivity, says Ray Weil, University of Maryland soil scientist. In fact, virtually everything you do on your farm affects your soil.
Weil says your practices change the kind of home where soil critters live and work. More and more, innovative farmers and scientists are recognizing the overarching role of organic matter. Weil will share the connections between the physics, chemistry and biology of soil that will help you make better decisions about rotations, tillage, fertilization and no-till management.
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