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Columns and op-eds about no-till farming.

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Crop Insurance Worries

While cover crops are becoming more popular among no-tillers, you’d better take a closer look at how the practice may impact crop insurance payments. Unfortunately, cover crops could inadvertently terminate your crop insurance coverage.
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A Great Birthday Present

My son, Mike, and I recently spent 6 days looking at no-till in the Palouse, a 3,000-square-mile area located in the southeastern corner of Washington, north central Idaho and northeast Oregon. While I've visited this area several times where no-tillers grow crops on slopes as steep as 60%, I’d never been there during harvest of wheat, barley, peas, lentils and garbanzo beans.
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Atrazine Under Re-Evaluation By The EPA

As you are likely aware by now, atrazine is being placed under another re-evaluation by the EPA after activists made claims the active ingredient is not safe. This unprecedented move came about 2 years after the EPA approved atrazine under a scheduled re-registration review.
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