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Building on the Systems Approach, the Soil Health series will detail the chemical, physical and biological components of soil and how to give your crop a fighting chance.

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Soil Health Articles

  • Manage Covers Like Cash Crops
    03/22/2014
    Start planning now to lay the foundation for cover crop success
  • A Glimmer of Hope
    03/22/2014
    Success is usually measured in terms of gains or losses. But sometimes, just holding steady is a victory.
  • CropTech
    03/22/2014
    The National Corn Growers Association (NCGA) announces its new Soil Health Partnership (SHP), designed to help farmers enhance soil health.
  • A Deeper Understanding
    03/08/2014
    New laboratory testing procedures lay the groundwork for improving soil health
  • Give Soil A Physical
    01/25/2014
    How many times have you looked at a yield map and wondered why one part of a field outyielded another?
  • Western Corn Rootworm Bt Resistance Now Includes mCry3A Toxin
    12/19/2013
    The problem has been confirmed in some continuous cornfields in Iowa and likely extends to other Midwest states, an Iowa State University entomologist says.
  • Healthy Soil? Not Before You Address These Three Things
    07/18/2013
    Taking a soil physical is one way to find the strengths and weaknesses in its overall health.
  • Scout Fields for Soil Crusting
    05/24/2013
    Crop specialists in Nebraska and Wisconsin are reporting corn emergence problems thanks to wet weather and subsequent drying. Here's how to address it.
  • Cover Crops Complicate Nitrogen Management
    03/15/2013
    Cover crops can do wonders for soil health. But sound management is just as critical with cover crops as it is with cash crops such as corn, wheat and soybeans.
  • Potassium Insight
    03/09/2013
    If there was an upshot to the drought of 2012 it was that many farmers had a prime opportunity to observe the effects of low potassium (K) levels.

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