At the 2017 National Association of Conservation Districts Annual Meeting Soil Health Champion and Wood SWCD supervisor Ron Snyder shared more about the "Soil Your Undies" project.
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** Picture updated 12/7/15 from 15700 seeds/lb to 175000 seeds/lb Both the rapeseed and the tillage radish are members of the broadleaf family. The radish is one of the most popular cover crops on the market today. Its popularity is mainly due to its ability to break up compaction and scavenge nutrients. Radishes are easy … Continue reading Rapeseed Vs. Tillage Radish
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Fields are really starting to show the stress of too much water. In some fields, drowned out spots are what you notice. These are the areas of the field that you can tell once were planted and may still have a plant trying to grow but otherwise looks like a brown area. Uneven corn growth … Continue reading This Week in Ag… 7/13/15
July 1 sure showed up in a hurry! I'm going to blame all the rain we had last month as to where we have been. Looking back on the pictures that we posted on I'd say that is an accurate assessment. But thankfully July is here so we can LEAVE the wet June behind us. … Continue reading Delay of Game!
Rain, Rain, Go AWAY…. We need to be careful what we wish for, but farmers would be happy to see rain come in smaller doses! If farmers could control Mother Nature, they would take all their rains as slow gentle rains. Rains that put down a lot of water in a short amount of time … Continue reading This Week in Ag… 6/8/15