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January 2018

#diversity

By | Soil Health Resource Guide

Plant Diversity By Dwayne Beck, Ph.D, Pierre, South Dakota    Dwayne Beck has had more impact and influence on Plains Agriculture in this generation than anyone else we know. As director of the Dakota Lakes Research Farm in Pierre, SD, Dr. Beck has developed his vision of regenerative agriculture in…

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#soildisturbance

By | Soil Health Resource Guide

Minimize Soil Disturbance by Keith Berns Soil disturbance can be the result of chemical, biological, or physical processes, but all forms of disturbance diminish habitat for soil microbes and result in a diminished soil food web. Chemical disturbances occur with the over application of synthetic fertilizers and pesticides and when…

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#soilarmor

By | Soil Health Resource Guide

Keep the Soil Covered By Rolf Derpsh, Ph.D, Asunción, Paraguay The first step towards soil health is to protect your soil with cover or residue, oftentimes referred to as “soil armor”. In addition to preventing wind and water erosion, covered soil has far fewer weeds, much higher infiltration, and much…

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#dungbeetles

By | Forage, Grazing/ Animal Health, Soil Health

Improving Pasture Health: Bring back Dung Beetles! By Brett Peshek Range and pasture land make up around 27% of all the acres in the lower 48 states. Typically in the Midwest, rangeland only exists because the topography is too steep or rough to farm.  It’s also safe to say that…

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