Across Kentucky – April 9, 2013

A special report on some research work utilizing two bi-products, poultry litter and gypsum a bi-product of energy plant scrubbers, that will be used as soil amendments to break down our ‘fragipan,’ a cement-like layer in soils that holds back plant growth. UK soil scientist John Grove discusses how their research will attempt to break down the fragipan.

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