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Tag Archives: tillage
This looks a like a really interesting and powerful tool. It’s purpose, in a nutshell, is to help producers understand and manage their operation to maximize carbon sequestration (and building soil health) and minimize energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions. … Continue reading
We’re just rolling along into summer and everyone is busy as usual this time of year. I’m not going to post much here in these next 3 months or so but I wanted to get this one out there. I’ve … Continue reading
The following article points out some interesting benefits of planting to sunflowers in former CRP (Conservation Reserve Program) land in the U.S. It’s on page 12 of the digital version. Pay special attention to the part covering tillage. If your … Continue reading
More on the ground evidence against conventional tillage. There are a couple of minor technical flaws in the article regarding the soil microbes but we’ll let that slide. 😉 The point is well made and well taken.