Presented by Bob Schindelbeck, Cornell University Department of Crop and Soil Science.
This session addresses:
- Different organic additions to the soil will affect the soil biological community at many points
- This soil food web effects on soil processes can be understood and managed for better plant resiliency to stress
- The Cornell Soil Health Test is a holistic approach to measuring essential soil processes and guiding soil management
First broadcast to participating CCE educators via a November 30, 2010 webinar sponsored by Sustainable Landscapes-Horticulture PWT of Cornell University.
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