Risk and Nutrient Management in High Tunnels

Inside of high tunnels there’s protection from several really important ubiquitous diseases of tomato plants *music* on the other side there are a few diseases that are unique to the high tunnel situation because of the high humidity but what we don’t have inside the high tunnel is wet leaf surfaces and that’s where the … “Risk and Nutrient Management in High Tunnels”

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Aquaponics: Roots As Nutrients

If some people like to grow these plants on top of just a container that they actually have fish inside of and fish like tilapia they’ll actually eat the plant roots and get nutrition from those. So you can even kind of reduce the amount of food, feed input that you have a system. Other … “Aquaponics: Roots As Nutrients”

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Crops for Kids: Grid Sampling for Soil Nutrients

hi I’m Maya from crop basics for kids and today I’m here with Patti Kohler and she’s gonna tell us a little bit about how she does soil sampling to test for nutrients. What I do is I will divide like a forty acre field into different grid sizes my typical grid size is two … “Crops for Kids: Grid Sampling for Soil Nutrients”

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How to Add Iron Nutrients Into Your Aquaponics System

One of the important things to remember in your aquaponics system is that you are trying to feed the plants all of the nutrients that they need which they would normally get in the soil. Unfortunately the fish feed does not give them all the nutrients. One of the major nutrients that we have issues … “How to Add Iron Nutrients Into Your Aquaponics System”

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Sampling Soils for Nutrient Management

(Music) Hi, I’m Eric Barsness Conservation Agronomist with the Natural Resources Conservation Service I’m Erin Cortus SDSU Extension Specialist. Welcome to this iGrow podcast which is here to explain soil sampling from nutrient management. What we’re going to talk about is how to take a composite soil sample using a handheld probe. So why sample … “Sampling Soils for Nutrient Management”

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The Effects of Waterlogged Conditions on Soil Nutrients

Hello, I am Leo Espinoza, a Soils Specialist with the University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture. Extended periods of water saturation can change the chemistry of soil minerals and affect the concentration of some nutrients. I would like to talk about three nutrients in particular: sulfur, nitrogen and potassium. Plants use Sulfur, in the … “The Effects of Waterlogged Conditions on Soil Nutrients”

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