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University of Wyoming
UW Cooperative Extension Service - Lifelong Learning
Crop rotation near Albin, WY

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Crop rotation near Albin, Wyoming. Reduced tillage practices support crop diversity because of increased soil moisture and organic matter.

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University of Wyoming Soil Resource Extension Program

Producers and restorationists working with Wyoming’s high desert soils must deal with
high soluble salt concentrations, high pH, and very low organic matter contents. Our goal for this web site is bring accurate, science-based, Wyoming-relevant information to land managers. We’ll provide materials developed at the University of Wyoming, but a large,
new part of our role here is to help sort through the vast amount of information at your fingertips via internet search engines. One goal of this website is to provide publications
and links developed by others that provide good information for Wyoming. Please let me know what you think and give me suggestions for types of information that should be posted.

Jay Norton
Soil Fertility Specialist