Report: Soil quality investment priorities
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The continued capacity of soil to be productive is essential to meeting the world’s needs for food and fiber. Producers in Washington State are keenly interested in managing their soils effectively. Specific industry needs as well as general soil-related constraints on productivity will require an investment in identifying farming practices that can replenish degraded soils and increase productivity. Efforts that focus on solving agricultural problems are most likely to produce changes in grower practices.