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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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[Podcast] Jonathan Lundgren on Evaluating Regenerative Farming Practices

For this episode of the <em>No-Till Farmer</em> podcast, brought to you by Yetter, we’re sharing a conversation with entomologist Jonathan Lundgren about a new research paper he’s written that discusses a methodology he developed for evaluating regenerative farming practices.
For this episode of the No-Till Farmer podcast, brought to you by Yetter, we’re sharing a conversation with entomologist Jonathan Lundgren about a new research paper he’s written that discusses a methodology he developed for evaluating regenerative farming practices.
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Encouraging Good Insects And Limiting The Bad Ones

No-till and biodiversity can preserve beneficial insect populations that naturally control crop pests, and possibly reduce insecticide usage, says a USDA expert.
The prevalent attitude that the only good bug is a dead bug is leading agriculture down a perilous road, says Jonathan Lundgren, an entomologist at the USDA-ARS laboratory in Brookings, S.D.
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Look What's Feeding On Corn Rootworms

Agricultural Research Service (ARS) entomologist Jonathan G. Lundgren, while exploring no-till corn fields at night, has found a very different group of predators than the ones that feed during the day. It turns out that these night-time predators have a great appetite for corn rootworms, the most costly pest of corn in the world.
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