The next steps for soil health

Matt Wallenstein, Ph.D., chief soil scientist with Syngenta, joins Ohio Ag Net’s Joel Penhorwood for a discussion about the many topics to keep in mind regarding soil health, affecting yield potential and profitability.

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  1. Thank you for sharing, hope we can protect the soil environment in the best way because soil is the foundation for growing plants and building houses for people.

  2. Improving soil health involves sustainable practices like crop rotation, cover cropping, and reduced tillage. Enhancing microbial activity and organic matter content fosters nutrient retention and soil structure. Embracing regenerative agriculture methods ensures long-term fertility, resilience, and environmental sustainability.

  3. To enhance soil health, prioritize sustainable agricultural practices like crop rotation and cover cropping. Implement precision agriculture technologies for efficient nutrient management. Promote conservation tillage methods to reduce soil erosion. Encourage research and education to foster a holistic approach to soil management and preservation.

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