MINNEAPOLIS — In this episode of the Nutrient Management Podcast, three U of M researchers discuss soil management and nutrient issues.
- How do erosion and tillage practices impact nutrients in the soil and nutrient management?
- After a dry spring and summer, what should growers know about soil and nutrient management heading into the fall? Is deep tillage to break compaction a good idea this year?
- How can farmers better manage soils to avoid nutrient issues? Are cover crops a good idea this year?
- Fabian Fernandez, Extension nitrogen management specialist
- Anna Cates, Extension soil health specialist
- Jodi DeJong-Hughes, Extension educator – Willmar
- Fall 2021 soil testing considerations for the 2022 growing season
- Growing cover crops in Minnesota: 4 great resources to get you started
- Cover crop residue and C:N ratios
- Soil management and health
- Soil organic matter in cropping systems
- Minnesota Office of Soil Health
- Follow Anna Cates and Jodi DeJong-Hughes on Twitter
Support for the Nutrient Management Podcast is provided by Minnesota’s Agricultural Fertilizer Research & Education Council (AFREC).
— University of Minnesota Extension
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