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Investment in Future of No-Till, Regenerative Ag Practices Gaining Momentum

Having worked in the conservation ag sector for 25+ years, director of Conservation Technology Information Center (CTIC), Ryan Heiniger, says that he has seen a lot of different types of cover crop/regenerative ag incentive and cost-share programs fail and succeed. But he feels that the current momentum around incentivizing conservation ag is bigger than it has ever been.
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Fortifying Global Food Network Requires No-Till, Conservation Ag Adoption

Agriculture is bearing the brunt as one of the sectors most affected by extreme weather, while a third of global greenhouse gas emissions are attributable to the global food system. In the face of this enormous challenge,  advocates and practitioners of regenerative agriculture are arguing that now is time for farming to transition to a much more sustainable model at scale. The No-Till Passport Series is brought to you by Martin Industries


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Study: No-Till Means Less Nitrous Oxide in the Atmosphere

The study took samples from three different types of long-term tillage systems: no-till, chisel-disk plowing, and moldboard plowing, which researchers defined as low, medium and high disturbance. They also collected samples from both corn and soybeans, as well as samples collected at different growth stages in each plant.
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