Actions, Inactions Impact Soil Health
A soil specialist from Mississippi State University Extension Service tells us that soil must be kept healthy to make efficient use of inputs like fertilizers. It is an organism, above all, to be kept alive. Soil scientists from the MSU Agriculture and Forestry department agree. If we keep soil healthy, it will reduce the use of fertilizer and other processed chemicals used to grow a successful crop, as well as reducing the cost. A more efficient use of nutrients in the soil and improved use of soil water should improve profitability and ultimately keep the soil healthy.
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