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When we talk about soil health at SHP, we often talk about how important it is to find a strategy that fits your farm. That’s especially true when you think about how varied soil types and weather conditions can be. Sure, that’s obvious when you start comparing different states – California vs. Maryland or Florida […]
Profitable conservation systems do not look the same on every farm. Growers must implement different strategies to address their specific needs, thanks to a wide range of variables including soil type, moisture availability, equipment and labor. However, just because every farmer takes a slightly different approach to soil health, that doesn’t mean there aren’t some […]
Soil Health Partnership was born from a shared vision of developing a farmer-led research network that could measure the impacts of implementing soil health practices on working farms. Greg Whitmore of Shelby, Neb. was one of those leading farmers. One of the original 14 SHP farmers, Greg believes in the soil health mission and has […]
“You can’t manage what you don’t measure.” Which is why soil sampling is a critical tool when it comes to measuring your soil health. Soil test results don’t just reflect nutrients; they can also paint a picture of the biological and physical properties of your soil to provide the best roadmap for your cropping season. […]
Latest Episode: Diversification & Innovation Key at Trinity Creek Ranch.
Latest Session: Nutrient Management
January 19, 2021 | 10:00 am CST
The Economics of Conservation Practices
This Soil Sessions webinar will be co-hosted by Dr. Maria Bowman, SHP Lead Scientist, and Vincent Gauthier, Research Analyst with Environmental Defense Fund, as they share findings from a new report looking at the economic impacts of various conservation practices.
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