Manure Improves Soil Health and Provides Yield Stability and Reliability
March 17, 2023
UNL researchers share their results after 77 years of applying manure to soil at the Knorr-Holden plot, the oldest experimental irrigated corn plot in North America.
Cropland Reference Ecological Unit — A Land Classification Unit for Comparative Soil Studies
September 29, 2022
UNL researchers have developed the Cropland Reference Ecological Unit and Soil Health Gap concept to offer a method of describing the true soil health potential of land.
NRCS-UNL Collaborative Research on the Soil Health Gap Analysis in Nebraska
April 12, 2022
The Soil Health Gap concept can assist producers in estimating differences of soil health under varying management practices that may have accumulated since cultivation began.
Motivation and Challenges in Adopting Soil Health Practices
February 17, 2022
Results of a Nebraska Healthy Soils Task Force survey that analyzed growers' motivation and challenges in cover crop, nutrient and other soil health management practices across the state.
Improving Nitrogen Management in Dryland Winter Wheat Production
September 3, 2020
Over the past two years of the study across multiple locations, we found that yield response to applied N rates was evident only in the wet year.