Soil Health

  • Nov 1, 2016
    press release

    Loveland Products launches Titan XC for quick release and uptake of nutrients from dry fertilizers

    Editor’s Note: Briefing Room is where we run press releases from companies unedited, for your use. Loveland Products, a global provider of innovative crop input solutions and subsidiary of Agrium Inc. announced the launch of Titan XC, a new, next-generation formulation of the Company¹s biocatalyst technology for dry fertilizers. Designed to improve dry fertilizer efficiency, Titan XC is extra concentrated to provide superior impregnation onto fertilizer prill. Titan XC offers growers benefits that include:...More
  • Oct 14, 2016
    press release

    Veris Technologies and The Climate Corporation establish new partnership to deliver more precise soil mapping

    Editor’s Note: Briefing Room is where we run press releases from companies unedited, for your use.  Veris Technologies and The Climate Corporation, a subsidiary of Monsanto Company, recently announced a partnership that will make high resolution soil maps from Veris on-the-go soil sensors available as a key data layer for the agronomic models in The Climate Corporation's Climate FieldView platform....More
  • Oct 4, 2016

    Green Autumn fields

      How many of your corn and soybean fields are green with cover crops after harvest? Like the cover photo, or this nice North Dakota corn field with interseeded cover crops? How many of your fields have been ripped and blanket fertilized? While it’s true the latter practice, along with its predecessor the moldboard plow, helped turn the U.S. into the breadbasket of the world. But such productivity took a toll – poor soils that are hooked on chemicals. Hence the need for soil rehab....More

How has your tillage practice changed this fall?

More and more farmers are making the change from whole-field tillage to conservation tillage. We'd like to know if tillage practices have changed on your farm? Have you reduced tillage in some way by using strip-till or no-till? Do you not till any soybean ground? Do you till at all in the fall? Or have your practices stayed the same? Take our latest poll and let us know how you're changing tillage practices on your farm. And feel free to leave a comment with your changes, and your location. 


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