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Breaking Down Soil Compaction: Does It Increase Forage Production?

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Soil degradation is an important problem of cultivated pastures in Mississippi. One major issue is soil compaction caused by poor grazing management. There is significant interest among livestock producers in aerating pastures to address this compaction issue. Aerating can be beneficial in some instances, decreasing soil compaction and allowing for greater plant root development. Download the PDF above to learn more.

 

Department: Plant and Soil Sciences

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