Monday, July 23, 2018
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Looking for a simple confirmation of healthy or unhealthy, farmers are burying underwear to test their soil. It's called the #SoilYourUndies challenge.

The local results showed that many, if not most, of the farms needed to adjust pH through liming, as well as increase their fertilization plans.

Keeping the soil covered and active, with a living root zone for more of the year, leads to long-term soil improvements, productivity, and profitability.

With perception rates fluctuating wildly across a wide range, farmers need to rethink how they prepare their soil to manage rainfall.

Soil management has come a long way, and crop yields have increased 400 or 500 percent. Soil erosion can't be stopped, but we have a better handle on it.

A new project proposes a restructured index to build on phosphorus management efforts in New York and beyond.

The unusual wet season has prompted many field visits for drainage problems. Learn more about Ohio Drainage Laws you may face in the future.

Over the last 200 years, northern temperate forests in the U.S. have been invaded by numerous earthworm species native to Europe and Asia.

If you live in a home in an area without access to public sewage treatment, you may want to attend the Soils & Your Home Sewage Treatment System workshop.

School is out for summer, but learning never stops. Check out these 14 summer activities to teach kids about nature and agriculture.
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