Articles Tagged with ''Carbon''

No-Till Briefs: March 2024

  • Cover Crops Aid Transition to No-Till
  • Myers receives Leopold Conservation Award
  • Subsurface Band minimizes phosphorus loss
  • Cover Crops Free Organic Matter
  • Noll Receives Leopold Conservation Award
  • Diverse Rotations, Cover Crops aid Soil Health
  • Instinct N Stabilizer gives 3-Bushel Advantage
  • Cover Crops Reduce Nutrient Runoff
  • Dryland No-Tiller Tops Sorghum Yield Contest
  • No-Tiller Finds Freedom from Subsidies

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Agriculture Has Potential to Capture Carbon Market

By adopting certain agriculture practices like no-till, farmers can not only help protect the environment and reduce operating costs, but also create a new income stream by selling carbon offset credits on a carbon market.


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5 Key Elements of Locus AG's CarbonNOW Program

Locus AG recently hosted a digital demonstration, Get Confident in Carbon, with No-Till Farmer. Shane Head, director of customer success at Locus AG, and Mark Hill and Chris Lidgett, both directors of sales at the company, outlined details of the CarbonNOW program that pays farmers for sequestering carbon.
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No-Till’s a Better Dryland Investment Than Irrigation

Former Dakota Lakes Research Farm director says fixing nutrient, energy and water cycles is key to improving no-till
No-till wasn’t the solution, at least, not the first one they tried, nor the most obvious. When Dwayne Beck and a few other growers gathered in western South Dakota in the 1970s, they were trying to solve a problem.
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A Brief History of Carbon Markets

How global politics, market forces, environmental science and the back 40 are still colliding.
In Europe, the carbon market overseen by the EU generated €57 billion ($59 billion) in revenue over the past 8 years, and prices paid to farmers are flirting with $100 per metric ton.
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