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Lime remains key priority for soil fertility on heavy soils farms
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Lime remains key priority for soil fertility on heavy soils farms

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Seven farms with heavy soils are participating in a monitoring programme contributing key data. Ger Courtney and David Wall of Teagasc report.
Seven farms with heavy soils are participating in a monitoring programme contributing key data. Ger Courtney and David Wall of Teagasc report.

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