LATEST NEWS FROM Soil

Steve Cubbage
13:39PM Dec 11, 2019

Steve Cubbage: Soil Sampling Can Be Improved at its Core

Steve Cubbage
Farm Journal Columnist

“We need a better solution, given testing soil properties is now the bedrock of most precision agriculture agronomy programs.”

16:25PM Nov 12, 2019

Last Chance To Pull SCN Samples Before Spring

Sonja Begemann
Seeds and Crop Production Editor

Excess rainfall this year changed more than just farmers’ harvest schedules—soybean cyst nematode, SCN, can move with water. It’ll

Tiling
13:56PM Aug 05, 2019

Farmers Continue to Invest in Tile Despite Tough Finances

Sonja Begemann
Seeds and Crop Production Editor

Tile can drastically change the productivity of a field—and farmers are taking note. Tiled acres increased 77% in the 48 states with tiling from the 2012 Census to the 2017

15:19PM Jun 12, 2019

Lake Erie's Champion of Soil Health

Sonja Begemann
Seeds and Crop Production Editor

With hundreds of thousands of Toledo eyes turned toward his farm, Les Seiler is ever-aware of his nutrient loading into the Lake Erie watershed.

14:30PM Jun 12, 2019

Conservation Ag: Savings, Soil and the Realities of Farming

Incorporate conservation ag without sacrificing dollars.

11:41AM Jun 07, 2019

New Ducks Unlimited CEO Works To Build Bridges

Betsy Jibben
National Reporter

Adam Putnam is the CEO of Ducks Unlimited. AgDay national reporter Betsy Jibben introduces us to the man who is working to preserve the legacy and bring in new members.

14:16PM Jun 03, 2019

Rules for Planting Cover Crops or Second Crops with Prevent Plant

Sonja Begemann
Seeds and Crop Production Editor

With the potential for millions of acres to be barren you might be wondering what you can do to prevent erosion or provide feed opportunities for cattle.