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soil testing

What's in a Soil Test?

Friday, Jul. 17, 2020 - 1:00pm to 2:00pm
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Friday Summer Webinars June 19th- 1-2pm "Rethinking the Lawn" Turf grass has minimal benefits to the environment, and is planted in a lot of unused areas. Learn about how to use lawn spaces consciously, and practical skills to remove turf to create functional wildlife habitat. July 17th, 1-2pm "...

Tissue Sampling

Timely Viticulture - Bloom
Some early cultivars in many vineyards are just starting to bloom. This is a critical time for taking tissue/petiole samples to assess the nutritional status of your vines. Remember all vineyards with income of >$2500 per year MUST have an approved nutrient management plan and MDA conducts...

Summary

Urban Ag home | Table of contents Whether you grow vegetables, raise livestock, or culture mushrooms, taking the time to learn more about the topics in this chapter will help you better use the resources available to you to maximize how much you produce while minimizing the impacts of challenges...
Do you have fields that have excessive phosphorus levels? The way we are handling it has changed! Any time a field has a Phosphorus Fertility Index Value (FIV) of 150 or greater, a study needs to be...
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