Rain takes its toll on soil

Visser, Hendrik
March 2007
Farmers Weekly;3/30/2007, Vol. 146 Issue 13, p67
Trade Publication
The author talks about his preparations as an arable farmer for the coming winter season. With the help of his brother-in-law and a neighbor, he had applied 54 kilograms per hectare of nitrogen in his land and hopes to add 33 cubic meter per hectare of pig manure. He also plans to revise the whole crop rotation.


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