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Iowa No-Tiller Experiencing Drier Weather, Better Crops

Weeks of 100-plus-F temperatures in the West in 2023 made headlines in the U.S., but Europe had a super-heated summer, too. Likewise, flooding swamped farmers in the U.S. Northeast and in Germany over the summer. The rising severity of weather and climate impacts on the global food system became the focus of a panel held at Agritechnica 2023 in Hanover, Germany.
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No-Till Good for Present & Future of Farming in Australia

An agricultural consultant makes the case for stubble management and erosion control in the age of climate change.

Bob Freebairn, an agricultural consultant based in Coonabarabran, Australia, sees the short-term and long-term benefits of no-tilling in a world faced with climate change. The No-Till Passport series is brought to you by Martin Industries.

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Farming for the Future: South African No-Tiller Improving Soil, Combating Climate Crisis

Danie Bester demonstrates that no-till is a profitable and sustainable choice for South African farmers.

While his neighbors are busy tilling their fields in the spring, South African farmer Danie Bester is out playing golf. The No-Till Passport series is brought to you by Martin Industries.

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