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Wheat Pete’s Word, Jan 12: Top soil loss, N tie-up and rye, rising corn prices, and being resilient

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January 12, 2022

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What’s in that snoil? That’s snow and soil, in case you’re wondering (AKA snirt). That’s that “little” skiff of brown or black snow in ditches and in fact, there’s a heck of a lot of good stuff in that snoil.

From nutrients to organic matter, top soil moved by wind erosion is some of the best parts of your field blowing away, explains Peter “Wheat Pete” Johnson, in this episode of Wheat Pete’s Word, recorded on the road on his way to Havre, Montana. Also in this week’s episode, nitrogen tie-up in cover crop systems, soil pH decreases, and more!

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Have a question you’d like Johnson to address or some yield results to send in? Disagree with something he’s said? Leave him a message at 1-888-746-3311, send him a tweet (@wheatpete), or email him at pjohnson@realagriculture.com.

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