Soil Nutrition

Locus AG launches CarbonNOW Program with guaranteed cash payments

Recognizing that less than 5% of U.S. farmers participate in carbon farming programs, Locus Agricultural Solutions (Locus AG) addresses growers’ top concerns by adding new incentives to its globally recognized CarbonNOW program. These upgrades help... more »

Anuvia Plant Nutrients wins Next Big Things in Tech Award

Anuvia Plant Nutrients Anuvia Plant Nutrients has been recognized by Fast Company as one of the world's Next Big Things in Tech. The inaugural award program is the magazine's first to focus entirely on technological... more »

WSU releases roadmap for Soil Health Initiative

A 124-page “roadmap” that outlines current challenges and pathways to help maintain healthy soils as an agricultural and environmental resource has been released. The Washington Soil Health Initiative, recently funded with a $2.1 million annual... more »

New Washington State University report charts biochar path

A team of biochar producers, practitioners, scientists, and engineers have published a roadmap for future development of the biochar industry in the Pacific Northwest and beyond. This collaborative effort between individuals from industry, universities and... more »

Soil Carbon Project labeling helps identify climate-smart products

The first-of-its-kind agtech company leveraging machine learning (ML) to advance measurement and analysis of soil properties, EarthOptics announced Nov. 16 the launch of its Soil Carbon Project, a product labeling initiative to benefit the consumer... more »

New edition of cover crop field guide released

Cover crops are used to slow erosion, improve soil health and capture nutrients. However, from planting to termination, growers face many production decisions. The Midwest Cover Crops Council (MCCC), composed of representatives from 12 Midwest states and... more »

Ohio Vineyard Soil Management webinar set for Nov. 17

Soils are the unsung hero of viticulture, providing the nutrition and water required to produce high quality fruit and healthy vegetation each year. However, its management is often one of the most misunderstood aspects of... more »

Grant funding available for California Healthy Soils Program

The California Department of Food and Agriculture is now accepting applications for its Healthy Soils Program. The program incentivizes implementation and demonstration of on-farm soil health practices that sequester carbon, reduce greenhouse gases and improve... more »

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