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Mount Liming Jun 21
emergency in today. and lack of rain seriously denting this yield!
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Rosie Boyko Feb 4
Dumfries soil collection, hopefully our last for this experiment!
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Cristie Preston PhD Oct 31
Mark your calendars!!! 13th annual Western management conference on March 7-8th in Reno! recs
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Mount Liming Nov 5
A farm changes hands, new owner new ideas! Chronic pH readings undetected by previous owner!!
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Rosie Boyko Apr 30
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EU BSSP 8 Mar 17
are checking the of their fields and taking remedial action () if necessary
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EU BSSP 9 Mar 17
A good can be obtained with amendments with slower action like scum or
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Mount Liming 31 Jul 17
loss clear to see in this - Soil pH of 5.9 vs 7.0 in same field
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John MacMillan 18 Nov 15
93% acid. That's some serious stuff! I hope I don't accidentally burn my whole face off. 😩😩😩
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Cristie Preston PhD Jul 8
T/F Acidic have less than 7, alkaline soil have pH greater than 7, and soil have free calcium carbonate (CaCO3)
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Kathryn Styan 15 Feb 17
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Kyle Genova 20 Feb 18
Fresh cut before limestone and gypsum treatments tomorrow, first mow of 2018 in the books!
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Greenbook 12 May 15
Sampling for pH and liming in continuous no-till fields - See more at:
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Melissa Wilson 17 Jan 18
The January podcast from is being recorded! Does affect ? Find out next week.
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Mount Liming 21 Aug 17
Low doesn't always show itself as clearly as this. Right of pic pH7.0 left of pic pH5.7
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Mount Liming 28 Jul 16
Tipping today. Adding 20% MgO while correcting low Thanks
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Will Brinton 23 May 17
Analog meter on research farm bleeping. Found inside lively nest of small rodents entering through cable hole and meter still works.
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Mr. Zed 12 Nov 17
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Dandy's Landscape Supplies Centre 5 Dec 17
Do you know how to check the pH of your soil? Knowing the pH is important if you want to grow different species of and !
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Kilwaughter Lime 5 Oct 16
its not just our climate that needs help controlling soil pH, G-Lime has set its sight on Kenya...
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