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[Podcast] How Plants Find Their Food — the Behavioral Science Underlying Plant Nutrition

In this episode of the <em>No-Till Farmer</em> podcast, brought to you by Yetter Manufacturing, we're joined by experimental plant ecologist J.C. Cahill from the University of Alberta to discuss root movement and foraging.
In this episode of the No-Till Farmer podcast, brought to you by Yetter Manufacturing, we're joined by experimental plant ecologist J.C. Cahill from the University of Alberta to discuss root movement and foraging.
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Tying the Soil and Plant Together

Biostimulants offer no-tillers an affordable option to improve soil biological activity and boost yields without depleting soils.
As the world’s population grows and uncertainty hangs over the viability of some herbicides and herbicide-tolerant cropping systems, it appears no-tillers aren’t hesitating to check out what ag biological products have to offer.
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Four Major Impacts Mycorrhizae Has on No-Till Crops

‘Beneficial’ may not be what no-tillers think of fungi, but arbuscular mycorrhizae fungi is capable of protecting and nourishing plants, leading to higher yields for less cost.
Just underneath the soil surface are thousands of microorganisms, playing an important role not only in the soil, but the success of the crops planted into them.
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View Plants as ‘Distinct Factories’

Understanding the complexity of plant and soil interactions, and the relationships among roots, nutrients and soil composition, is key to assessing future crop health.
Understanding the complexity of plant and soil interactions, and the relationships among roots, nutrients and soil composition, is key to assessing future crop health.
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9 Surefire Solutions to Challenging No-Till Problems

Renowned soil scientist Jill Clapperton explains how certain cover-crop species and other management practices can help resolve tough no-till problems.
Cover crops have been touted for feeding soil biological life, halting erosion and promoting an overall healthy, sustainable no-till system. But in some situations, with the right species, cover crops can help resolve additional challenges no-tillers are looking to fix.
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20 Ways To Build Better No-Till Soils

World-renowned soil scientist and Rhizoterra co-founder Jill Clapperton shares tips and insights about no-tilled soils that could help growers lower their productivity costs and increase yields.
While the purpose behind modern no-tilling can sometimes get lost in the machinations of fertilizers, machines and GPS signals, Jill Clapperton offered as a simple example of how crop residue fuels no-till systems.
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