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Bryan Jorgensen

Reaping the Value of Beneficial Insects Through Soil Health

Ryan and Bryan Jorgensen are leveraging the benefits of no-till and soil health to build communities of beneficial insects that ward off pests and help them save input costs.
Ryan and Bryan Jorgensen are leveraging the benefits of no-till and soil health to build communities of beneficial insects that ward off pests and help them save input costs.
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Bryan Jorgensen

Encouraging Beneficial Insects for Better Soil Health and Higher Profits

The number of insect species on your farm directly correlates with profits, according to Ecdysis Foundation director, Jonathan Lundgren. This idea of increasing insect life to benefit agricultural operations is paying off for producer Bryan Jorgensen, partner and chief agronomy operations officer at Jorgensen Land & Cattle, says the South Dakota Soil Health Coalition.
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Focus on Scouting and Plant Diversity to Build ‘Army’ of Beneficial Insects

A no-tilled field with cover crops offers abundant habitat for insects. Encouraging the good critters while deterring the bad through rotations will help keep them in balance.
Adopting no-till and cover crops has a wide range of potential soil benefits, including reduced erosion, improved water holding capacity and a greater ability carbon below ground.
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