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[Podcast] A Lesson in Soil Management with No-Till Soil Specialist Grant Troop

In this episode of the No-Till Farmer Influencers & Innovators podcast, brought to you by Crop Vitality and Thio-Sul, editor Frank Lessiter sits down with Grant Troop, a no-tiller and a long-time soil health specialist and consultant in Oxford, Pa.
In this episode of the No-Till Farmer Influencers & Innovators podcast, brought to you by Crop Vitality and Thio-Sul, editor Frank Lessiter sits down with Grant Troop, a no-tiller and a long-time soil health specialist and consultant in Oxford, Pa. Troop talks about how he first got hooked on no-till and how he convinced traditional tillage farmers to switch to no-till as a consultant.
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Deep-Dive Microbe Soil Testing Improves Farm Returns

Consultant-based testing facility enables no-tillers growing corn & soybeans to make informed choices in combatting soil-borne pathogens by sequencing DNA of entire microbial population of topsoil.
If you’ve ever wished for a crystal ball as you penciled in plans for soil-borne pathogens in corn and soybeans for the coming season, a relatively new California-based company supporting crop consultants in the Corn Belt and Mississippi Delta can take some of the guesswork out of that process — and likely save you some money.
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Deep-Dive Microbe Soil Testing Improves Farm Returns

Consultant-based testing facility enables no-tillers growing corn & soybeans to make informed choices in combatting soil-borne pathogens by sequencing DNA of entire microbial population of topsoil.
Pattern Ag, based in Emeryville, Calif., specializes in cataloging and identifying soil-dwelling organisms in more than half a million acres of farm fields from the Dakotas south to Kansas and across the Corn Belt to Ohio. The company just released its free, public 2023 Predictive Ag Report that highlights areas of concern for various corn and soybean pests for the coming year.
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