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  • 2001
  • September

Soil and Water Relationships

By understanding a little about soil's physical properties and its relationship to moisture, you can make better soil-management decisions.
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Plant Physiology

Plant physiology is the study of organism-scale biological processes crucial for plant growth and response to the environment, including photosynthesis, respiration, plant nutrition, water relations,...
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  • 2002
  • January

Understanding Phosphorus Behavior in Soils

Phosphorus is an essential element for plant growth. If soil test phosphorus levels are low, we must supply additional fertilizer phosphorus to successfully achieve high crop yields.
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  • Legacy
  • 2016
  • Fall

Exploring the Global Frontier Under Our Feet

The Soil Health Institute brings new vision and energy to a cause that impacts the world.

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  • Noble News and Views
  • 2016
  • November

Increased crop residue provides production, cost benefits

Benefits to managing for increased residue include reduced soil erosion and equipment costs.

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  • 2016
  • January

New institute launched to help improve soil health

To ensure that soil continues to be a vital natural resource for generations to come, Noble Research Institute and Farm Foundation, NFP, announced the formation of the Soil Health Institute on Dec. 3, 2015.
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  • 2016
  • January

Potential mob graziers should consider precautions

UHSD grazing is an approach to managing livestock on a land resource area that allows herd impact to be the catalyst for a beneficial outcome.
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  • 2014
  • November

Lime cost affects the economics of nitrogen use

Farmers have used significant quantities of nitrogen on their cool-season forages. This practice has been shown to acidify the soils over time. We conducted an economic study to determine the effect of considering the cost of lime on the current recommendations about the optimal level of nitrogen.

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  • 2014
  • August

Wheat alternatives expand winter pasture choices

The vast majority of the winter pasture in the Southern Great Plains is wheat. There are many reasons for this, including culture, the opportunity to harvest and sell grain, and government and insurance programs.
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  • 2014
  • August

Nature manages native plant communities

Several things drive native plant communities: sunlight, soils, water, herbivory, fire and rest. We could learn a few things by paying attention.
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