Despite the common assumption growers can't make cover crops work on dryland wheat in eastern Oregon, Wasco County wheat grower Noah Williams is working with his local NRCS and the county’s Soil and Water Conservation District experts to seed covers to reduce erosion, retain soil moisture and build more organic matter. And he’s tracking the data using soil sensors.
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