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[Video] No-Till, Cover Crops, Buffer Zones Help Protect Chesapeake Watershed

Chip Bowling, Newburg, Md., is past-president of the Maryland Grain Producers Assn. He no-tills and uses cover crops and buffer zones on 1,600 acres of corn, soybeans and wheat to prevent soil erosion into the Chesapeake Bay watershed. For more detailed information on Chip, please see "What I've Learned from No-Till Farming" article in the October 2017 issue of No-Till Farmer.
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What I've Learned From No-Tilling: Rising Up to the No-Till Challenge

Holding true to no-till practices when faced with production hiccups keeps Lyle Tabb creative and sharp in his crop production game.

FARMING IN THE Shenandoah Valley in West Virginia has its fair share of challenges. Bordered by the Blue Ridge Mountains to the east and by the eastern front of the ridge-and-valley Appalachians to the west, the valley is beautiful, but rocky.


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