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MSU Extension Offers New Video on Cropland Soil Acidification and Management Options in Montana


August 5, 2020

From MSU News Service

BOZEMAN — A new video from Montana State University Extension shows the impact and causes of soil acidification and offers Montana farmers management options to prevent, adapt to or correct acidic soil, which can lead to heavy yield losses.

“Soil acidification is an emerging issue in Montana, where low soil pH has traditionally not been a concern,” said Clain Jones, MSU Extension’s soil fertility specialist and professor in the MSU College of Agriculture’s Department of Land Resources and Environmental Sciences. Jones said soil pH levels low enough to harm c...

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