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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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McCormick Among No-Tillers Working to Adapt to Climate Change

A hotter atmosphere is causing rain to fall in harder bursts, pushing back planting seasons and drowning crops. At the same time as human-driven climate change is juicing precipitation, Corn Belt farming practices such as installing underground drainage tiles and leaving fields bare after harvest are changing how water moves across the landscape and into waterways.
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More Drought, More No-Till

WITH EXTENSIVE concentrations of livestock production in the Northeast area of the U.S., this hasn’t been an area that’s seen a significant shift to no-till. But with area farmers facing a serious lack of rainfall and new nutrient management rules that practically mandate no-till, there’s more interest now than ever before.
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