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Dan Davidson DTN Contributing Agronomist
Tue Dec 7, 2010 09:48 AM CST

If you follow my blog you know that I am interested in residue digesters as a way to improve soil health and speed up residue decomposition. I only hope that they work because results aren't easy to measure.

Last spring I sprayed different residue digesters on different fields of cornstalks and I hoped for the best. However in most of those fields, I came back shortly after and sprayed glyphosate as a burndown.

Yesterday one of the vendors called me and asked if I sprayed glyphosate on and I said yes and within a few weeks of application. He said ...

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