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No-Tillers Always Looking for a Better Way

Ever since 1962 when Harry Young planted his first no-till plot in Herndon, Ky., no-tillers have been pushing the envelope, always looking for a better way to farm. Over and over again, they’ve tweaked, poked and prodded their equipment, leading to innovations that have saved time, labor, water and topsoil for farmers worldwide.
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Maximizing Solar Efficiency for Higher Profits, Better Soil Health

Gaston, Ind., no-tiller Jason Mauck captures maximum sunlight and carbon through relay intercropping cash crops and cover crops and integrating manure.
Gaston, Ind., no-tiller Jason Mauck captures maximum sunlight and carbon through relay intercropping cash crops and cover crops and integrating manure.
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[Podcast] Maximizing Sunlight and Carbon with Intercropping

In this episode of the <em>No-Till Farmer</em> podcast, brought to you by Yetter Mfg., we caught up with Gaston, Indiana, no-tiller Jason Mauck by phone and he shared some details about how his ever-evolving Constant Canopy system works and some of the experiments he’s been implementing to utilize the abundant manure generated by the 12,000 hogs in his operation.
In this episode of the No-Till Farmer podcast, brought to you by Yetter Mfg., we caught up with Gaston, Indiana, no-tiller Jason Mauck by phone and he shared some details about how his ever-evolving Constant Canopy system works and some of the experiments he’s been implementing to utilize the abundant manure generated by the 12,000 hogs in his operation.
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