According to North Dakota State University, over 90 percent of farms North Dakota are experiencing reduced productivity due to saline soils. Jim Erickson, who owns Erickson Custom Operations, said that productivity can return. “We learned about bringing soil back to health again, dropping salt, allowiing the natural nutrients to come back alive again with Calcine,” said Erickson. “It’s the return on investment where they get soil that they’ve been struggling for years.” Calcine is a mix of proteins, enzymes, and acids that facilitate the removal of salt from the soil, improving the soil structure, water and nutrients. More information is available online.
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