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There are plenty of traditional tools available today to help no-tillers assess soil nutrient levels and apply inputs more efficiently, but some older technologies may also have limitations, says Ray Archuleta.
The world-renowned soil health expert will share how using new soil assessment tools, such as the Haney test, along with systems thinking and an ecological understanding of soils can help no-tillers reduce the use of synthetic fertilizers and other chemical inputs without sacrificing yields.
The 2018 National No-Tillage Conference Video Replay is brought to you by Thurston Manufacturing.