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Winter Cover, Better Spraying Build Stronger Soil, Cleaner Fields

Kentucky no-tiller Jack Estes is seeing promising results from keeping his fields covered as much as possible, switching up herbicides and improving sprayer performance.
The Estes family may have adopted no-till in 1983 to avoid picking rocks, but in the 32 years since they’ve seen many more advantages to giving up the plow.
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Clubroot in Alberta: When Genetic Resistance No Longer Works

Since new data indicates some forms of clubroot resistance are no longer functioning well against new clubroot pathotypes in some of the heavily infested fields, the Alberta Canola Producers Commission encourages growers to consider a comprehensive management plan that includes crop rotation, sanitation and the use of clubroot resistance varieties.
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Flexible No-Till System Adjusts to a New Norm: Volatility

Dual-purpose wheat, stocker cattle and stable no-till soils are helping Oklahoma no-tiller Jimmy Kinder weather droughts and take advantage of ever-changing market opportunities.
The flexibility to harvest grain with either a combine or hooves is how Jimmy Kinder is protecting his no-till farm from market volatility.
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