Friday, February 23, 2018
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Tag: soil health

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.

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.

Researchers from Ohio State University are working with private farmers to test the benefits of soil balancing, and organic farming.

Compost enriches the soil by helping it retain moisture and also reduces the need for chemical fertilizers while also suppressing plant diseases and pests.

Grass clippings affect carbon and nitrogen levels in two ways: directly by simply being present but also indirectly by serving as fertilizer for the grass.

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

There is a good chance that statewide and nationally, soil and water conservation districts can have a closer working relationship with golf courses.

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.
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