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Study: Even Small No-Till Adoption Increases Land Values

Researchers found that a 1% increase in no-tillage adoption within a county can increase agricultural land value by $7.86 per acre across 12 Midwestern states covered by the OpTIS database: Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Dakota and Wisconsin. Using data specific to Iowa they concluded 1% adoption of no-till at the county level increases farmland values $14.75 (and possibly more) per acre inside Iowa.
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No-Till Soybeans Cupping? Dicamba Might Be The Cause

Soybean cupping observed in parts of Iowa probably isn't the result of glufosinate or 2,4-D choline, according to Iowa State professor Prashant Jha. The most likely culprit is dicamba on non-dicamba-resistant soybeans. Nearby tomatoes also aren't a good indicator of whether or not dicamba may have wandered afield.
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Women Landowners Arm for Conservation Push

Growing number of women landowners seek role in land operational decisions, helped by federally funded outreach programs.

Ruth Rabinowitz had a problem.
The long-time professional wedding photographer inherited hundreds of acres of fertile farmland in Iowa and South Dakota from her deceased father, David Rabinowitz, a Great Depression-era doctor, who invested heavily in Iowa farmland between 1978 and the mid 1990s.


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