Scholastic Fantastic

University of Idaho looks at growing crops in the same field to better share nutrients like nitrogen

By Samantha Wohlfeil

It's long been a common practice for farmers in the Inland Northwest to alternate between crops that suck nitrogen from the soil, such as wheat or barley, and so-called "pulse" crops that replenish nitrogen, such as lentils or peas. In many areas, adding fertilizers to the soil is regularly needed as some types of plants continue to pull nutrients from the ground...

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