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Boron and Nutrient Cycling

:: Thursday, October 22, 2020 :: Posted By Wendall Boehlje
Boron and Nutrient Cycling
This month, the last installment in our series on Dr. James White’s work focuses on boron and nutrient cycling.

The Rhizophagy Cycle

:: Tuesday, September 1, 2020 :: Posted By Wendall Boehlje
The Rhizophagy Cycle
This month, our series continues with the third installment, as we focus on the core component of Dr. James White’s work: The Rhizophagy Cycle

Microbes Carried on Seed Coats Stimulate Performance

:: Friday, July 17, 2020 :: Posted By Wendall Boehlje
Microbes Carried on Seed Coats Stimulate Performance
In part two of our series with Dr. James White, we look at the role of seeds and their central association with root hairs.

Revisiting the Role of Plant Root Hairs

:: Friday, June 19, 2020 :: Posted By Wendall Boehlje
Revisiting the Role of Plant Root Hairs
For Dr. James White and his team of researchers at Rutgers University, giving credence to the rhizophagy cycle and the microbes that fuel it has proven to yield a new understanding the symbiotic relationship between the soil biome and plant root hairs.

Spring Application Tips for Boron Fertilization

:: Wednesday, January 22, 2020 :: Posted By Wendall Boehlje
Spring Application Tips for Boron Fertilization
Looking forward, 2019 will have carryover effects on the 2020 cropping season. How producers align their management practices heading into the growing season can make the difference between a successful crop and lagging yields.

Not All Boron Fertilizers Are Created Equal

:: Friday, July 19, 2019 :: Posted By Adam Brodie
Not All Boron Fertilizers Are Created Equal
When choosing a boron supplement for your crops, you really do get what you pay for. Not all borate products produce the same quality or level of useable boron, so price is not necessarily the best measure of true return on investment (ROI).

Minimize Boron Leaching

:: Tuesday, June 4, 2019 :: Posted By Wendall Boehlje
Minimize Boron Leaching
Boron leaching in particular can affect overall crop quality and yield. Understanding the causes and solutions will help you create a micronutrient management plan that reduces costs and improves yields.

Going to Extremes

:: Wednesday, November 1, 2017
Going to Extremes
Extreme weather—from drought to flooding to sudden events—takes a toll on soil health. Here’s how proper supplementation can help.
 

Feed Soil to Feed the World

:: Wednesday, October 25, 2017 :: Posted By Fabiano Silvestrin
As the world population grows, soil conservation becomes increasingly critical to expanding our ability to provide a healthy food supply.
 

How Does Soil Leaching Affect Crop Health?

:: Wednesday, October 18, 2017 :: Posted By Adam Brodie
How Does Soil Leaching Affect Crop Health?
Are you farming in an area with heavy rainfall or an arid landscape? Leaching has different effects depending on soil type and other factors.  
 
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