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Building Soil Health
This soil health management publication provides an overview about soil functions and services that are essential for sustainable agriculture systems. The research-based information in this publication highlights the relationships between soil properties that are easy to understand and useful to all, including farmers, agronomists, agricultural consultants, soil scientists, technical service providers, and extension educators.
This publication is the product of the collaborative efforts of Iowa State University and the Department of Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) in Iowa.
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Iowa Soil Health Field Guide
Iowa Soil Health Management Manual
Iowa Soil Health Assessment Card
2015 Summary Report - Iowa Farm and Rural Life Poll
2013 Summary Report - Iowa Farm and Rural Life Poll
Soil Quality in Organic Agricultural Systems
Nutrient Deficiencies and Application Injuries in Field Crops -- Integrated Pest Management
Iowa: Many Rivers Run Through It -- Poster
Interpretation of Soil Test Results
Micronutrients for Soybean Production in the North Central Region
Phosphorus and Potassium Tissue Testing in Corn and Soybean
Nitrogen Use in Iowa Corn Production
Effectiveness of Gypsum in the North-central Region of the U.S.
Concepts and Rationale for Regional Nitrogen Rate Guidelines for Corn
Take a Good Soil Sample to Help Make Good Fertilization Decisions
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