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‘Getting Paid’ for Your No-Till Soil Health

Indigo Ag, Nori pushing programs to pay farmers for the carbon they sequester, as a switch to the open market looms.
While it may not be an immediate windfall, no-tillers who’ve been doing the right thing to protect and enrich their soils may finally have a chance to cash in on that beyond the money they’ve already saved in fuel, machinery and labor.
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[Podcast] Planting Green with No-Till and Cover Crops: A Year-Round Ecological System

In this episode of the <em>No-Till Farmer</em> podcast, brought to you by Montag Manufacturing, we’ll hear from Maryland farmer Trey Hill as he shares his thoughts on the ecology of farming and talking about what he’s doing with cover crops, how he incorporated planting green into his operation, yield results he’s been seeing, and more.
In this episode of the No-Till Farmer podcast, brought to you by Montag Manufacturing, we’ll hear from Maryland farmer Trey Hill as he shares his thoughts on the ecology of farming, what he’s doing with cover crops, how he incorporated planting green into his operation, yield results he’s been seeing, and more.
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Precise Nutrient, Cover Crop Use Cleans Up Chesapeake

Trey Hill shares what he’s learned from trying to reduce nitrogen leaching, managing inputs and battling slugs on his 10,000 no-till acres.
Although Trey Hill has been farming around 10,000 acres in Rock Hall, Md., his whole life, he’s quick to mention that he’s more a student than a teacher. It’s this instinct that leads him to perpetually tweak his nitrogen (N) management and cover-crop program, forever in search of more conservative and efficient techniques for the fourth generation family-run Harborview Farms.
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Testing Cover Crops' Ability to Hold and Release Nutrients

Trey Hill of Harborview Farms in Rockhall, Md., talks about the cover crop test plot they’re working on with University of Maryland soil scientist Ray Weil through a program with the Howard G. Buffett Foundation. They’re studying the amount of nutrients the cover crops can hold onto and when Harborview Farms can expect to see those nutrients used by their cash crops.
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