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Old 06-30-2013, 10:25 AM
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Kiril,
Thanks for pointing this little thing out.
I was going to say.........in the Delta region of Arkansas with over 10,000 sq. miles of Alluvial flood plain soil, that Dolomitic Lime stone isn't cutting the mustard. Cal-Mag. isn't cutting the mustard.
Farmer's are adding tons to acreage each year and producing the best crops to supply part of the country's yields in Rice, Soybeans, Corn, and Cotton.
Sometimes, these articles focus on one little detail and misleads readers into a bigger spectrum of farming.
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