Soil Solarization

Type
Publication
Date of Publication
January 25, 2022
Price
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Overview

Soil solarization is an environmentally friendly method of using the sun' power to control pests such as bacteria, insects, and weeds in the soil. This publication explains how home gardeners and crop producers can solarize their soil to significantly reduce weeds long and short term. Also outlined are the results of two research trials to measure the effectiveness of this method. (4 Pages)

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