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Dec 20, 2007
June 20, 2005 Don’t monitor pastures after problems, monitor before they occur. This statement makes a lot of sense to me. However, most land monitoring is conducted after problems have occurred. Monitoring land health conditions has been a passion of mine for a long time. Conventional land monitoring, similar to what most government agencies do, usually is conducted after something has happened or changed....

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