Management sensitivity, repeatability, and consistency of interpretation of soil health indicators on organic farms in southwestern Ontario

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There is little information on how useful soil health tests are on operating farms. This study worked with three organic farmers in Ontario to test which soil health measurements detected differences, were reliable in their results, and properly ranked good and bad fields. Soil organic matter and active carbon measurements fit these criteria, providing sensitive, repeatable, and consistent results.

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