About this Session
By: David Lamm, Healthy Soils for Sustainable Cotton at the Soil Health Institute, & Dr. Robin Kloot, Research Associate Professor, Environmental Health Sciences/Arnold School of Public Health at the University of South Carolina
Mr. David Lamm, Project Manager, Healthy Soils for Sustainable Cotton at the Soil Health Institute, and Dr. Buz Kloot, Research Associate Professor, Environmental Health Sciences/Arnold School of Public Health at the University of South Carolina, demonstrate how to take a soil bulk density sample and how crop management affects this measurement.
Soil Health Institute Virtual Field Days are a production of the Healthy Soils for Sustainable Cotton project of the Soil Health Institute. Healthy Soils for Sustainable Cotton seeks to expand adoption of soil health management systems on producers’ farms through farmer-focused education and training events delivered by Soil Health Institute scientists, partnering soil health technical specialists and farmer mentors producing cotton using soil health promoting practices. The project aims to improve soil health and expand sustainable cotton production. Additionally, the project seeks to quantify, expand, and verify the productivity and environmental benefits of the soil health management practices used by cotton producers. Healthy Soils for Sustainable Cotton is supported through the generosity of the Wrangler® brand, the VF Corporation Foundation, and the Walmart Foundation.
Used with permission from the Soil Health Institute and Extension