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How Can Soil Tests Reflect the “Right Chemistry” to Improve the Productivity of a Farm? Soil Productivity is largely affected by its physical properties, its biological properties and its chemical properties. A soil test mostly evaluates the chemical properties of a soil however, chemical properties do affect both the physical properties and the biological[…]
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Why do landowners need a peer group to become better land managers? We all have been involved with a community for most of our lives. For many of us, this a family who loves and cares for us. For others community is a group of friends or people who by chance you have spent time[…]