Articles Tagged with ''Conservation-tillage''

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New Concepts For Deep-Furrow Drills May Boost Dryland Conservation

Research in the Pacific Northwest finds new packer wheels, coulters, spider wheels and wider row spacings could help wheat farmers embrace conservation tillage without sacrificing yields.
New technology and setups are emerging that could solve decades-old problems with deep-furrow drills and encourage more no-till on millions of dryland acres in the Pacific Northwest.
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How Ag Can Reduce Greenhouse Gasses

The American Society of Agronomy, the Crop Science Society of America, and the Soil Science Society of America published a report titled “Agriculture’s Role in Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Capture.” The report highlights five ways to reduce emissions or increase capture of greenhouse gasses in agriculture.
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Outreach Efforts Capture No-Till Innovator Awards

Long-term commitment to spreading the word links this year’s winners.
The influence of this year’s No-Till Innovator Award winners stretches a long way, from Ohio to Kansas, up to Pennsylvania and west to Idaho — and even across the oceans. The winners’ agricultural legacy is already well established: regions full of growers who have turned to no-tilling for improved profits, better soils and sustainable farming operations.
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Scholarship Contest Continues To Spark Interest In Conservation Tillage

Phoenix Rotary Equipment Ltd. once again is sponsoring an essay contest that will grant $5,000 among three deserving students.
On the successful heels of last year's inaugural conservation tillage scholarship contest, Phoenix Rotary Equipment Ltd. will once again sponsor this year's essay contest. By eloquently writing about an aspect of conservation tillage, three high school or college students will earn a substantial scholarship, which will help them pay for furthering their education.
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