For most of us in the Midwest, this is week will be one of the coldest and windiest of the year. For those of us that kind of like snow and winter sports, this is a little too much to take. Thoughts of the spring thaw and getting back to being outside in the sun working the land are hard to suppress.
Bob Siems runs a small vegetable farm, hear in his own words how correcting soil problems has lead to huge increases in yields, and more importantly increases in quality of the produce and customer satisfaction.
Bob’s big increase is mainly due to the large increase in available calcium in his soil. While Bob is working with vegetable crops International Ag labs works with many row crop farmers and has proven success in helping to increase productivity by correcting soil problems.
Nice video guys!
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