Expert offers fertilizing advice

Oct 26, 2012
“The nutrients available for the next season’s crops may be either higher or lower than normal because the amount removed by the drought-stressed crop may be different than in a normal year and soil-nutrient cycles are altered,” said Clain Jones,...

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