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Acidifying Soil for Crop Production: Inland Pacific Northwest

Soil acidification is used to reduce soil pH to improve crop performance and increase economic returns

High resiliency farming under irrigation resiliency management through planting.

High Residue Farming Under Irrigation: Residue Management through Planting (3 in a series of 5)

High Residue Farming” is an umbrella term for cropping systems in which less tillage is used in order to keep crop residue on the surface of a field

Soil health in washington vineyards.

Soil Health in Washington Vineyards

Tracking soil health over time is an integral component of good vineyard management. Learn how to get started building and sustaining soil health in your operation

Field flooding for controlling soil potato pathogens in western washington.

Field Flooding for Controlling Soilborne Plant Pathogens in Western Washington

The Nature Conservancy of Washington’s Farming for Wildlife project, in cooperation with WSU, has been testing a novel concept of creating habitat for shorebirds on potato fields and controlling soilborne pathogens.

Recommended crop species and wheat varieties for aic soil.

Recommended Crop Species and Wheat Varieties for Acidic Soil (Soil Acidification Series)

Decreasing soil pH, also called soil acidification, is a growing concern in eastern Washington and northern Idaho. Researchers and farmers have measured soil pH values below 5.0 throughout the Palouse

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