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Soil Smart 48m
Climate change being fuelled by soil damage - report
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Tyler Zimmerman May 22
Let’s say I was to plant cover crops in my V4-5 corn what are some covers that will survive the dormant period until this fall? I will be using cereal rye wondering what else survives well.
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Soil Smart 54m
The newest food trend is in the ground via
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Mitchell Hora 3h
You’re exactly right! Looking at full means the chemical, physical, and biological parameters! We are doing this in test plots, but also at scale as our base farmer service.
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FoodAccessNet 54m
Great article by demonstrating importance of Boron.
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Ryan Huelsmann, CCA May 17
Maximizing your acre. Rotation- Corn, stalk bales, covers for haylage (trit, rye, ARG, balansa clover, rape), beans. If it doesn’t stop raining I will just dry hay it all summer. Rain won’t stop my operation.
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Prairie Clarity 14h
Replying to @tpotwilson
What are the practices that have resulted in this low weed field?? Just starting in
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Em Deane May 23
Thank you Amy Kitchen for the 1-on-1 Soil Health mentorship this afternoon.
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Abbey Wick May 22
Every time I hear/read “we will educate farmers” I cringe a bit. I think about how important the synergy is between research, Extension, farmers, consultants etc. We learn alongside each other - it’s much more productive that way. At least that’s my approach in
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Iain McDonell May 24
T’worms are part of the answer!!@No1FarmerJake
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Mitchell Hora May 10
Sunshine today! Time to grow! 🌱🇺🇸
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Kylene Scott May 24
This was the alternate route home.. that field needs a crop to hold stuff down!
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ND Watershed Mgmt Program 10h
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HolganixAg May 24
States taking steps to improve soil health by
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Field Work 2h
Worrying about whether your crops will come up is normal for any farmer. Even with 7 years of success, says it's hard to not, too, even though it ends up working every year. (Listen to the full : )
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Crop Aid Nutrition 23h
Did you know? Kelp extracts act as bio stimulants of plant growth and development. We include kelp extracts in our Crop Aid Soil and Crop Aid Seed nutrition solutions to promote stronger and healthier crops.
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Jon Stika 16h
Some integrated crop and livestock research being done at the Dickinson Research Extension Center that includes improvements in
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USDA NRCS May 22
Healthy soil gives us clean air and water, bountiful crops and forests, productive grazing lands, diverse wildlife, and beautiful landscapes.
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CCSI 12h
Upcoming Event: Jun 04, 2019 12:00AM 3-Day Soil Health Training Beck Agricultural Center, 4550 US-52, West Lafayette, IN 47906, USA
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Nance Klehm Apr 25
we know this - but now it is being written to be read ,
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