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 “Nature will adapt to whatever you’re doing. If you’re going to try this, do it. Don’t go halfway.”

— Scott Day, No-Tiller, Manitoba, Canada

In this episode of the No-Till Farmer Influencers & Innovators podcast, brought to you by Source By Sound Agriculture, Frank Lessiter sits down with Fall Line Capital Director of Agronomy and no-tiller in Manitoba, Canada, Scott Day about no-tilling in the extreme climate of Canada’s prairies and why choosing a diverse crop program has been so successful on his no-till farm.

Scott has been experimenting with what works and what doesn’t for years and sharing his lessons learned in hopes of providing comprehensive no-till education to farmers around the world.

 Listen to this episode to hear Scott talk about no-tilling canola, soybeans, sunflowers, lentils and much more. Plus, he also shares his top piece of advice for farmers who are thinking about making the switch to no-till and what’s on his radar as director of agronomy at Fall Line Capital.

If you are interested in more no-till history, you’ll find great stories like these and many more in the newly released 448-page second edition of From Maverick to Mainstream: A History of No-Till Farming that includes 32 more pages than the first edition.








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