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Researchers in field for model farms Taylor Foundation.
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Man in field with Model Farms Taylor Foundation.
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Most people don’t think very much of the dirt they walk on every day. But a whole world exists underfoot — and it can reveal important information for farmers and scientists. Lisa Fultz, a soil microbiologist with the LSU AgCenter said, “There are more than a billion organisms in a handful of soil. … It is a living system, and we should treat it as such.”

Dr. Brenda Tubana describes the latest fertility and cover crops research for the 2020 LSU AgCenter Sugarcane Virtual Field Day. Additional information associated with the field day can be found at

Renada Davis and James Hendrix discuss Summer/Fall Cover Crop Mixes at the Northeast Research Station Soil Health Field Day on February 26, 2020.

Dr. Lisa Fultz discusses results from a trial comparing broadcast vs drill seeding of cover crops.

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