One way farmers are able to preserve soil structure between growing seasons is through the use of cover crops. What’s going on in the ground?
The beneficial role of microbials in nutrient management on the farm
Microbials in Nutrient Management
Farmers develop nutrient management plans to ensure their crops are getting enough nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium to help them grow. Digital tools, precision technology, and environmentally friendly practices help keep nutrients in the soil where they belong.
Just like humans sometimes consume probiotics to help balance our health, farmers can help crops achieve their yield potential by using microbial products for nutrient management. Precisely applied beneficial bacteria and fungi help plants take up nutrients, develop strong roots, and withstand stress like weather events.
Soil is one of our most precious resources. Farmers understand how important it is, and they’re using methods like reduced tillage and cover crops to build and maintain soil health on their farms.