Climate change and weather are dynamic. How can we adjust our inputs, specifically irrigation and nutrition, to be more successful with these changes?
Our guest, Matt Yost, Assistant Professor and Agroclimate Extension Specialist at Utah State University, develops land management practices that promote resiliency to weather variations and changing climate. Precise management of the 4 R practices and relationships with irrigation to improve soil health, reduce greenhouse gas emissions and maintain profitability. In this podcast, Matt discusses the grant that he received from the 4R Research Fund and what they are trying to understand.
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