Irrigated Agriculture

There is a problem with how soil health indicators are being developed. We start with farmers using soil health practices, for instance, no-till, crop rotation, cover crops, and application of manure or compost. Then we look for indicators that are sensitive to the use of these soil health practices. Then we use the most sensitive indicators to measure “the effects” of soil health practices. Do you see the problem?
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Andy McGuire,

WSU Extension, Irrigated Cropping Systems Agronomist

WSU Center for Sustaining Agriculture and Natural Resources
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Moses Lake, 509.754.2011 x4323

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