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University of Arkansas-Monticello Assistant Professor of Agronomy Kathleen Bridges is weighing hay samples to determine moister content. (Photo courtesy of UAM.)

Potential for forest biochar and poultry waste use as fertilizer

Arkansas farmers planted 35,000 acres in 2023, according to the National Agricultural Statistics Service. The summer's high heat will likely put many growers in the position of harvesting a "split crop." (Division of Agriculture photo.)

After a hot summer, Arkansas peanut growers may face a ‘split crop’