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Lost in the Corn: The Search for Lysimeters

Today’s guest blog post was provided by summer student intern Laura Lacquement. A native Iowan, Laura grew up south of Des Moines, and went to school at Martensdale-St. 704 more words

Our Fall Treatment

OUR FALL TREATMENT

PROMOTES THE DECOMPOSITION OF VEGETAL MATERIALS AND THE PROLIFERATION OF ORGANIC MATTERS AND LIFE

A MIRACLE OF MODERN SCIENCE

12 grams of our… 108 more words

Soil And Plants Nutrients

Higher Adoption of Cover Crops in Watershed Projects Areas

Today’s guest post is by Steve Hopkins, CPM, Nonpoint Source Coordinator, Iowa Department of Natural Resources 

The increase in cover crop acres across Iowa is encouraging news for soil health and water quality. 617 more words

The Garden in June

I scored a trailerload of mulch this month, when a workmate of hubby’s dropped a couple trees on his property. It’s the good stuff, sticks and leafs as well as wood chip. 639 more words

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