Soil Management for Vegetable Production on Honeoye Soil with Special Reference to the Use of Hardwood Chips
Soil management practices for satisfactory production of specific crops or combination of crops can often be adjusted for improvement from the standpoint of sound scientific principles and economics. Recognition of the management problem involved is the obvious first step to be taken. It is the purpose of this bulletin to present and discuss the results of this evaluation of management systems over a 15-year period.
New York's Food and Life Sciences Bulletin2
New York State Agricultural Station
soil management; vegetable production; Honeoye soil; hardwood chips