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The most viewed content for 2021 on our website, www.No-TillFarmer.com, includes stories about the rural past, contentious present, and global future of no-till farming.
As Valentine’s Day draws near, we wanted to share which stories were the most loved content for No-Till Farmer for the 2021 calendar year.
The folks in the Digital Media Department sharpened pencils, fired up the atomic turbines, consulted the omens, and came up with the most popular stories of the year.
Part of the No-Till Passport Series featuring stories of no-till farming successes from around the world, farmers in Kenya touted their crops’ survival in a tough growing year back in May.
The most important piece of equipment for no-tillers is probably the planter, which must be able to adjust to residue and deliver close soil contact in situations that plowing farmers never face.
Martha Mintz, author of the popular What I’ve Learned From No-Tilling column, explored the means and methods to begin the practice of interseeding and other advanced planting practices through the lens of Iowa no-tiller and innovator Loran Steinlage.
Managing Editor Julia Gerlach looked at the development and possible obsolescence of one of the most common weapons in the no-till arsenal back in February.
John Dobberstein’s examination of changing…