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“The soil is a living system. It's alive, and we have to start to understand that and respect it. But we also have to understand the complexity of that ecological system.”

— Don Reicosky, Retired USDA Soil Scientist, Independent Research Professional

For this episode of the No-Till Farmer Influencers & Innovators Podcast, brought to you by Martin-Till, assistant editor Mackane Vogel sits down with Don Reicosky, retired USDA soil scientist, to talk about what truly defines conservation agriculture systems and what key pillars are necessary to be able to accurately describe a farm as one that is practicing conservation agriculture.

If you are interested in more no-till history, check out 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. Order your copy here.

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