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Farmers today can be bombarded with soil test results, but without proper context or interpretation, a plan to act on these results is difficult to decide upon. The Haney Test takes a novel approach to determine fertilizer recommendations while considering soil microbial activity and carbon and nitrogen concentration. Soil microbial ecologist Sarah Hargreaves will address how soil microbial activity translates into nutrient turnover and what this means for a farmer. Farmer Paul Ackley will explain how he’s been using the Haney Test results to reduce his fertilizer rates and maintain crop yields.

December 2, 2015 

FARMINAR

Practical Farmers of Iowa’s 2015 fall farminar series starts Nov. 10For Release: October 28, 2015 Download PDF (557 kB) Topics range from high tunnel production to soil tests and grazing cover cropsAmes, Iowa — It’s that time of the year again: cooler nights, shorter days, harvest wrapping up – the perfect time to reflect on [...]

October 28, 2015 

NEWS RELEASE