Optimizing Soil for Nitrogen Efficiency
Sound Agriculture • 3m 48s
In nature, plants are able to access nitrogen present in the air and the soil, while in agricultural systems, most nitrogen is supplied from synthetic inputs. While synthetic nitrogen packs a hearty punch, it is an inefficient process, resulting in much nitrogen lost to the environment. So how can growers optimize soil health to increase nitrogen efficiency and get the best of both worlds? Watch this video to learn how you can harness your soil to get efficient with your nitrogen use.
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