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FS217E
Agricultural Lime and Liming - Part 2. Laboratory testing to determine lime requirements (Soil Acidification Series)
Agricultural Lime and Liming is a three-part publication that introduces the basic principles of how and why calcareous amendments are land applied to elevate the pH of acid soils. Part 2 delves more ...

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FS213E
Agricultural Lime and Liming, Part 3: Aglime Product Selection and Comparison Calculator User Guide (Soil Acidification Series)
Agricultural Lime and Liming is a three-part publication that introduces the basic principles of how and why calcareous amendments are land applied to elevate the pH of acid soils. Part 3 is a user’s ...

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FS212E
Agriculture Lime and Liming - Part 1. Introduction to Agricultural Lime and Liming (Soil Acidification Series)
Agricultural Lime and Liming is a three-part publication that introduces the basic principles of how and why calcareous amendments are land applied to elevate the pH of acid soils. Part 1 contributes ...

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TB41E
An Evaluation of Soil Improvement Practices Being Used on Irrigated Soils in the Columbia Basin
This publication outlines the results of a 2015 study conducted on the effects of three soil improvement practices used in the Columbia Basin: organic amendments, cover crops and green manures, and hi ...

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TB26E
Best Management Practices for Summer Fallow in the World's Driest Rainfed Wheat Region
Wind erosion from excessively tilled soils is a severe problem, especially in south-central Washington. Tillage of fallow land in the world’s driest rainfed wheat production region is considered neces ...

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EB2022E
Economic Comparison of Undercutter and Traditional Tillage Systems for Winter Wheat-Summer Fallow Farming


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PNW690
Enhancing Crop Diversity: Steve and Becky Camp (Farmer to Farmer Case Study Series)
Steve and Becky Camp farm near LaCrosse, Washington, in an area receiving about 12–14 inches of annual precipitation. In this publication, the Camps discuss their strategy for diversifying and intensi ...

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EB2035EB
Executive Summary of Impact Assessment - Solutions to Environmental and Economic Problems (STEEP), a USDA Special Research Grant
A 4-page overview of the impacts of the 30-year STEEP (Solutions to Economic and Environmental Problems) research and education program. ...

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EM072E
High Residue Farming Under Irrigation: Crop Rotation (2 in a series of 5)
“High Residue Farming” is an umbrella term for cropping systems in which less tillage is used in order to keep crop residue on the surface of a field. That crop residue provides many benefits to the s ...

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EM074E
High Residue Farming Under Irrigation: Pest Management Considerations (4 in a series of 5)
“High Residue Farming” is an umbrella term for cropping systems in which less tillage is used in order to keep crop residue on the surface of a field. That crop residue provides many benefits to the s ...

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