MyLand Partners with Texas A&M AgriLife for Soil Health

Cindy Zimmerman

MyLand Company has announced a new collaboration with Texas A&M AgriLife Research to drive significant advancements in agriculture and address critical challenges facing the global agriculture community.

Together, MyLand and AgriLife Research will implement a statewide initiative focused on soil health integrating upwards of 12,000 acres of commercial farmland within the next two years aiming to cover over 20 unique crops, multiple ecosystems and soil types, and several growing regions. By leveraging the expertise and resources of both organizations, this collaboration seeks to address pressing agricultural issues while enhancing the quality of life and economic return for famers and communities through soil health research focused on MyLand’s impact of water availability, salinity, nutrient use efficiency, and carbon cycling.

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Agronomy, AgWired Precision, Nutrient Management, Precision Agriculture, Soil