Tuesday, April 25, 2017
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Growers may be leaving profit potential in the field by not carefully managing phosphorus (P) and potassium (K) levels.

Whether you are breaking ground for a new garden or getting an existing bed in shape for spring, a little preparation goes a long way.

Planning ahead can save you both time and money. Even a small vegetable garden can provide quite a bit food for a family with a good plan and proper care.

With any agronomic practice, including tillage, there are benefits and drawbacks.

Becoming a Certified Soil Technician requires passing the fundamentals in soil science exam, with three years of experience.

The population increase by 2050 will require a 70 percent increase in food.

The best piece of advice I could give anyone would be, hire a soil scientist to examine your soil to see if it is conducive to pond construction.

The online library will be a resource for ag and environmental scientists, industry leaders, producers, conservation policy makers, journalists and others.

Set some practical goals for the health of the soil in your fields and pastures this year.

The garden may look bare and dreary, but winter is nature’s time to rest. Nurture nature with these seven tips to protect plants and enrich soil overwinter.
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