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From the Desk of John Dobberstein

How Far Do We Go?

If an agricultural company bowed to pressure and demanded you produce “pollution-free food,” how would you handle it?
If an agricultural company bowed to pressure and demanded you produce “pollution-free food,” how would you handle it?
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No-Till Innovator Awards

Trailblazers Recognized for No-Till Adoption, Growth

The 20th Class of No-Till Innovators is being honored for their research, teaching and front-line, field-management practices that encouraged no-till adoption and advanced soil health principles.
Three individuals and one organization are being recognized as the 20th Class of No-Till Innovators for leading the adoption and advancement of no-till at the 24th annual National No-Tillage Conference.
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From the Desk of John Dobberstein

No-Till Adoption Growing

The no-till movement seems to be going strong across South Dakota. That’s the conclusion, at least, of this year’s South Dakota Cropping Systems Inventory, which is a statistical ‘snapshot in time’ for the types of cropping systems farmers are using in the state.
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Franks Comments: With Well Over Half of All Pennsylvania Crop Land Listed as Highly Erodible, the State’s Growers are Now No-Tilling an Incredible 66% of the Overall Crop Acreage

When No-Till Farmer got its start in 1972, one of the first things we did was determine the number of no-tilled acres in the U.S. To do so, we asked the state agronomists of the Soil Conservation Service (now the NRCS) for the data.


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