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    April 24, 2012

    Arkansas Rice: How To Sample Soil In The N-STaR* System – Video

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    Mike Hamilton, County Extension Agent for Poinsett County, Arkansas, demonstrates a new method for collecting soil samples for the Nitrogen Soil Testing for Rice (NSTaR) Program.

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