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Rally For Rivers Sep 22
Acidic soil and lower productivity are among the issues hampering agriculture produce... Read about what this group of scientists have to say about the agrarian issues in a village in Orissa. 🌾
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Rodale Institute Sep 19
Researchers at , & are embarking on a new project to assess current technologies that could be used in systems and determine which practices will help protect in their fields
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Sectormentor 1h
The hardest thing about soil testing yourself is actually galvanising yourself do it! Having a plan makes it easier to fathom, particularly knowing where to do the tests and how many to do. See our handy guide to soil testing:
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USDA NRCS Sep 18
. is releasing a new set of standards to measure soil health for comment. These standards will provide consistency in soil health evaluations nationwide.
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Dale Anderson Sep 20
Calcium is the king of Nutrients if you are low in BS % you are in trouble All the NPKS in the world isn’t going to help is key CKD is 55% Hydrated Lime call for more info
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Benjamin Franz Sep 19
Rye + Wheat + Clover + Radish . Drilled versus broadcast & VT versus no cover. Ready for no till corn in 2019. ,
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Delaware County SWCD Sep 20
“Soil is not just dirt... it’s a community of microbes.” -Fred Kirschenmann
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Louis Mc Auley Sep 19
While the may have been cancelled today, continues apace. Could it be a sign from above??🤷‍♂️
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Sustainable Water Savings 3h
SWS install in . Marking locations for fully wireless soil sensors. Maximizing irrigated water efficiency.
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Gary Spence 11h
Closer the fodder gap after a difficult summer and hopefully improving soil conditions. Pushing me to start using a lot more diversity in my mixes
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Amie Hunter Sep 19
Good couple of days working with growers focusing on lots of soil samples done and trialing new cultivation options. This cenius doing a lovely job
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D Rex Harris Sep 14
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Jon Telfer Sep 20
Some revealing data on UK soil quality. What this doesn't show is that only around 1 in 10 UK soils are at target index for both P & K. All farms would benefit from a comprehensive nutrient management plan .... and it all starts with a soil test
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Steve Schiller Sep 19
Keeping on with the under vine straw mulching
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USDA NRCS Sep 21
It’s all about . Kenneth McAlister says that having cover crops in his field was a game changer. “Soil health has been the key to helping us be more successful.”
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Dr. Andrea Basche Sep 19
The brain trust right here! The team is off and running to tackle questions of practice adoption and climate resilience. Thank you for giving us the opportunity & these brilliant folks for their energy and friendship this week 🙏😍😁
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Steve Groff Sep 14
I've never seen a soil pit in a vineyard! Glad to see they are "digging" into research.
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Dr Sundara 4h
is a wasteful and polluting practice in , particularly in . Instead, stubbles should be incorporated into the soil which would improve .
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Steven Rosenzweig Sep 18
We're hiring! Looking for a PhD agronomist to work with me and to advance and at General Mills. It's a crazy exciting time to be working on this in the food industry right now. Come join!
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FarmerTrials Sep 21
Our good friend has been working on a great project that he just released called We highly recommend everyone to check it out. Great first episode Tim!
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