Healthy soils are good for corn plants

March 2014
Michigan Farmer (0026-2153);Mar2014, Vol. 318 Issue 3, p23
The article presents the importance of soil health for growing crops and discusses practices such as crop rotation, the use of lime, and danger of single mode of action for weed control.


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