Hi, I’m Jim Zwack with The Davey Institute, one of the oldest tree research laboratories in North America and today we’re talking trees. You may not realize it, but there’s a lot going on beneath our feet. So often when we are called out to examine a tree, we first need to take a look … “Importance of Soil Nutrients”
Better farming practices is a necessary step to improve the lives of people around the world. Food security and the opportunities that come with increased income can be a reality by supporting the over 1.5 billion smallholder farming families around the world. Increasing agricultural growth on the 500 million farms globally is considered one of … “The 4R Nutrients Solution”
[Music].>>Hi. My name is Amanda McWhirt. I’m a Horticulture Production Extension Specialist with the University of Arkansas Cooperative Extension Service. We are now in the fall section of our series. Today I’m going to focus on talking about soil testing and plant tissue analysis as two tools that you can use to help manage the … “#13 Soil and Plant Tissue Nutrient Sampling of Blackberry, A. McWhirt. Arkansas Blackberry School”
hi I’m Melissa and I’m Adam and we’re the owners and operators of Urban Roots farm and Urban Roots is actually in west-central neighborhood which is in downtown Springfield Missouri and we are right in the middle of a neighborhood we’re about a mile west of our downtown here in Springfield we have 1.7 acres … “Soil Nutrient Management on an Urban Farm with Melissa and Adam Millsap”
– “My soil is calcium-deficient and I have blossom end rot. “What is a good calcium nutrient to give my watermelons to prevent blossom end rot?” And this is from DesertDigger1, via Youtube. I like that. So, Booker, what do you think about that? What’s a good calcium nutrient to give our watermelons to prevent … “Q&A – What is a good calcium nutrient for blossom end rot on watermelons?”
What’s in my soil? This handful of healthy soil contains more than 7 billion bugs. From worms and beetles, to microscopic bacteria and fungi. Bugs break up the soil making space for plant roots, providing nutrients for crops, and helping soil absorb water. This is healthy soil. This is working toward sustainability.
Hi, my name is Melanie stock, and I’m a peach to you soon in soil science at the University of wisconsin-madison I’m studying wintertime manure management, and so we’re specifically looking at liquid dairy manure Most small farms apply manure to the landscape as a method of disposal year-round and so there’s concerns about phosphorus … “Nutrient Transport in Soil After Winter Manure Application, Melanie Stock, WI”
What I would do – I might as well start at the beginning, and I’ll give you basically a fertilizer primer. I tell you why it’s important, how the importance differs around the world because it’s not the same pattern and what we can do to make the efficiency of its use much better than … “Nutrients and Fertilizer”
RENEWED CONCERNS ABOUT LEAD POISONING IN PHILADELPHIA FOLLOWING CLOSING OF A PARK IN POINT BREEZE BECAUSE OF HIGH LEAD LEVELS IN THE SOIL. DOCTORS SAY A PROBLEM ALL OVER THIS REGION, HEALTH REPORT ARE STEPHANIE STAHL HAS MORE DETAILS FOR US. REPORTER: THAT IS RIGHT FACTORIES CLOSED FOR DECADES HAVE LEFT LEGACY OF LEAD IN … “Renewed Concerns About Lead Poisoning In Philadelphia After Elevated Levels Found At Park”
Dissolve 1 ounce of Karbo Boost into 25 gallons of water. Use throughout the flowering cycle once flowers have been established. Suitable for hydro and dirt application although Green Planet’s Liquid W-8 is more recommended for hydro applications.