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In this file photo, Tom Knoll, President of the Summa Health System board of directors (left) and Thomas J. Strauss, Summa Health System President and Chief Executive (right) stand outside the Ann and David Brennan Critical Care Center at Summa Health System's Akron City Hospital. Summa Health System officials said the health system could pick a potential partner or opt to go it alone by as soon as the end of this year. (Ken Love/Akron Beacon Journal)
Performing a simple assessment of your soil health does not need to involve elaborate analyses. It can generally be performed by developing skills of informed observation and a good understanding of soil characteristics. Most in-field assessments use visual cues, although sensory skills like smell and feel are often included.