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Record-Breaking Soybean Harvest Projected for Brazil

Brazil, the world leader in soybean production, is on track to produce 5,172 million bushels of soybeans in 2021-22.

Brazil is on track for a record-breaking soybean harvest in 2021-22, according to the National Supply Company in Brazil. The country is likely to remain the world leader in soybean production, followed by the U.S. and Argentina. The No-Till Passport series is brought to you by Martin Industries.


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Information Revolution Needed to Promote No-Till Worldwide

Increasing worldwide adoption of no-till will require a shift in mindset and a localized approach.

No-till, referred to as conservation agriculture outside of the U.S., is an adaptive and effective tool to help combat climate change. To get farmers on board with changing their practices, some governments and other organizations are using carbon markets as incentives. The No-Till Passport series is brought to you by Martin Industries.


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Early Adoption of No-Till in Australia Helps Farmers Grow in Dry Conditions

3 farmers prove how profitable and productive no-till can be in Australia.

About 67% of Australia's cropland is no-tilled, making it a world leader in adoption of the practice. Three farmers share how no-till has proved profitable and productive on their fields. The No-Till Passport series is brought to you by Martin Industries.


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An agriculture field extension officer trains farmers on conservation agriculture during a farmer’s day in Laikipia, Kenya. (Africa Conservation Tillage Network)
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No-Till Provides Potential for 300% Yield Increases for Kenyan Farmers

Two Kenyan farmers share how adopting no-till improved their yields, soil health and communities.

Before switching to no-till, Kenyan farmer Pauline Mughambi had trouble feeding her two children from the yields on her 1 acre of land. She and another Kenyan farmer share how adopting no-till improved their yields, soil health and communities. The No-Till Passport series is brought to you by Martin Industries.


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No-till has proven to be beneficial for farmers in Western Asia. Two farmers aNo-till in Iran, Saudi Arabia and Turkey reduces erosion, increases yields, improves soil health and preserves moisture.
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No-Till Improves Soil Health in Western Asia

Farmers in Iran, Saudi Arabia and Turkey find no-till reduces erosion, improves yields and preserves moisture.

No-till has proven to be beneficial for farmers in Western Asia. Two farmers and a researcher share how no-till in Iran, Saudi Arabia and Turkey reduces erosion, increases yields, improves soil health and preserves moisture. The No-Till Passport series is brought to you by Martin Industries.


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Helping Zambia Reach its ‘Huge’ Farming Potential

A longtime Australian no-tiller and former speaker at the National No-Tillage Confernce is playing a major role in an organization determined to help Africa adopt modern farming methods.

A longtime Australian no-tiller and former speaker at the National No-Tillage Confernce is playing a major role in an organization determined to help Africa adopt modern farming methods.


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Rodale Institute Launching Regenerative Ag Center in Parma, Italy

In the land just outside of Parma, Italy, 6 acres are dedicated to a carbon-neutral village, which includes office space, labs, a scientific garden, a bistro, and more. This may sound like an ideal getaway, but for Davines Group, an international certified B Corp founded in 1983, it’s home. The No-Till Passport series is brought to you by Martin Industries.
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World Food Prize Winner: Soils Should Have Rights, Too

A pioneer in soil research and Conservation Agriculture, Dr. Rattan Lal paved the way in one of FAO’s key areas of work
A pioneer in soil research and Conservation Agriculture, Dr. Rattan Lal paved the way in one of the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization's (FAO) key areas of work. The No-Till Passport series is brought to you by Martin Industries.
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