Composting is an ancient process which produces an end product that can be a valuable soil amendment. When the process is applied to municipal garbage, sewage sludge, and other materials it reduces the total volume of material, stabilizes the nitrogen, and kills pathogenic bacteria.
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If your forage legumes are stunted and yellow and generally exhibit signs of nitrogen deficiency, the problem may be nodulation failure.READ MORE
This video provides an overview of the plant tissue analysis and reporting process.READ MORE
Considerations such as planting rates, planting dates and relationships between seed size and field performance can assist with plant development of grain sorghum.READ MORE