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Corn Growers Group
1 years, 1 month ago
from Corn Growers Group
"During a 'Future of No-till' presentation at Western Illinois University, New Zealander John Baker discussed how current no-till practices have only achieved about 50% of its potential conservation agriculture capability. . . .
"What is now needed is to focus on the remaining 50% of conservation agriculture’s objectives. Baker says we need to maximize the two invisible 'silver bullet' assets offered by low-disturbance no-tillage – water vapor and carbon. And only true low-disturbance no-tillage is capable of doing this, he adds."
http://www.cornandsoybeandigest.com/tillage/low-disturbance-no-till-future-farming