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Shona Snater Jun 14
For those of you with healthy soils, bacteria feeding nematodes are probably abound in your soil. This is my first nematode find! Pretty pumped about it.
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Robin Tait 22h
Interrow seeding rye into Maize! Used to stabalise the soil and have early feed for dairy cows after winter
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Jerry Blotter Jun 17
#IntercropInnovators#chickpeaflaxclover First try so much to learn. Should be good learning experience
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Todd Boesen 4h
For the people and I planted beans in knee high rye an then sprayed with rup. Now my stand isn't great but I contribute that topushin limits on rye growth to get cover. Weed suppression is still good at over a month. But are the mushrooms good thing?
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LincolnAgri-FoodTech Jun 20
Did you see our Soil Scientist, Dr , at today’s ? He’ll be back tomorrow- come chat about all things at stand 5-10A!
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Maxwell Joseph Jun 19
Did you know estimates soil moisture from space as part of the mission? Get the data in R with smapr v0.1.2, now with support for SMAP/Sentinel-1 L2 data products!
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Nora Paulovich Jun 17
Due to unforeseen circumstances, we are re-advertising our position for Soil Health Research Intern. College or University graduate? Under 30? Keen interest in ? Full details on our website
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USDA NRCS Jun 13
Your soil has a long, productive history. Conservation gives it a healthy future.
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The Mulloon Institute Jun 20
Members of NSW's branch recently visited us to learn more about our activities at , our living farm laboratory. Read more:>
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Merit or Myth Jun 19
🎞️🎥 If the movement teaches 1⃣ thing it's that healthy soils = healthy crops. But what does "healthy soil" mean? In short, it means IT'S ALIVE! In this video, we explore life below ground & find it's not that different from life above it!
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Robin Tait 7h
All species have a different rooting architecture. An excellent way to show what each plants roots are doing
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Nicole masters Jun 20
Soil compaction is the #1 drag on yield and quality. Using a penetrometer we can quickly assess management change benefits/decline. If air isn't moving, then neither will water.
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Roberto Peiretti Jun 17
In four month or similar since planting, I expect to have my Hairy vetch service crop -like this I had last year- to dry it up and plant corn into it saving some nitrogen and protecting my soil by No Till.
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Kitty Gifford Jun 14
🌱Help spread the word: 1st conference in New York on 7/18/18. Register: This event is for farmers, researchers, ag service providers, gov't agencies, non-profits & policy-makers interested in advancing soil health efforts.
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Big Soil Community Jun 19
Do you want to know what’s living in your soil? join the Big Soil Community to benchmark your soil biodiversity against analogous farm systems and soils:
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Dan Court 10h
Coming along now..... still questioning our sanity ... , make it work for you!
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Abbey Wick Jun 20
Interseeding strips at one of the July 25-26 bus tour stops in Lisbon - will have a side-by-side: (1) seeded with our Fargo Aire unit next to (2) dropped on the surface with a Hagie unit. Register online:
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Green Cover Seed Jun 19
We’re excited to be at the again this year! Great opportunity to learn about and how animals and play a role in that.
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The Resiliency Institute Jun 19
Retweet if you know what mushrooms popping up in your garden tell you about your soil. If it's got you scratching your head check out this article from the Permaculture Research Institute
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LincolnAgri-FoodTech 19h
Youngsters learning about crop yields and the importance of with our very own soil scientist, Dr Iain Gould. If you're at today, pop by and say hello - there's lots of interesting activities at our stand.
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