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Continuous Cropping with 13-15 Inches of Precipitation?

Higher crop yields and improved land productivity is possible with no-tilled fields with continuous cropping vs. a fallowed winter-wheat system with tillage, says USDA-ARS researcher Randy Anderson.
Higher crop yields and improved land productivity is possible with no-tilled fields with continuous cropping vs. a fallowed winter-wheat system with tillage, says USDA-ARS researcher Randy Anderson.
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Buerkle Farm

What I've Learned From No-Tilling: Covers, Continuous Cropping Advance No-Till Game

Dan Buerkle finds benefits of a continuous cropping system have ramped up soil health and made weed control more economical and effective.
Leaving fields in fallow, and heavily tilling to keep them that way, is a deeply ingrained tradition in the often-parched southeastern corner of Montana, where I farm with my wife of 41 years, Lana.
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Hilton

What I've Learned From No-Tilling: Inheriting A Legacy of No-Till

With no-till long established by an innovator of the practice, the Hilton family in Alberta is free to focus on their business and the next big things.

Spencer: Running 10,000 acres of no-tilled hard red spring wheat, malting barley and canola in southern Alberta, Canada, is a team effort for our family. Until recently, when my parents, Gordon and Viola Hilton, exited the partnership, our farm was run by three generations.


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