JEROME, Id. (KMVT-KSVT) Agriculture drives the economy of Southern Idaho, and making sure the soil is healthy is the number one priority for local farmers.
While years and years of fertilizer and deep tilling have worked, those practices do nothing to produce healthy soil.
Now local farmers are trying something new.
"Change is tough in agriculture. Because we can't handle to much risk," said Marlon Winger, Regional Soil Health Specialist.
Change is tough, but so is having soil that won't support your crops. Read more