Tighty Whities Can Tell You About Your Soil Health

This is a fun experiment you can try with your own pastures and fields. It comes to us from Anthony Bly and Sara Berg of South Dakota State University Extension. Just remember that different areas wil

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7 thoughts on “Tighty Whities Can Tell You About Your Soil Health

  1. Hi Kathy
    I saw this “tighty whitey” demonstration at a soil health event earlier this year.
    I would like to include this in one of my pasture tours.

    Do you know the depth in the soil that the undies get placed at?

    I the information you make available, keep up the great work!

  2. I’ve just been reading about the importance of carbon for soil health. This article just confirmed this necessity. A picture is worth a thousand words. Thanks Kathy

    P.S. My website will be live around December 10th

  3. Kathy – this is a wonderful article. Can I have permission to use the photo and tell the story on my blog GardenMyths.com? Full credit and a link to this page will be given.

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