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Kornelis Kees Huizinga Moves Forward With Planting Season in Ukraine

Ukrainian farmer details challenges, risks of farming in war zone

Life on Kornelis Kees Huizinga's farm has changed drastically since the Russian invasion of his country began in late February. The Ukrainian farmer is moving forward with planting season in a war zone. He shares how his resilience is being put to the ultimate test. The No-Till Passport series is brought to you by Martin Industries

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Puddles Could Be Regulated

Despite strong opposition from farm organizations to the original version of the federal government’s Clean Water Rule, the EPA and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers went ahead and released updated rules on May 27. While the 1972 Clean Water Act dealt mostly with larger rivers, lakes and bays, a major worry with the new rules is that farmers may now need government permits to deal with fairly simple matters such as on-farm ditches, ponds and even puddles.

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How Much Stover Can Be Removed Sustainably?

To preserve long-term carbon balances and soil productivity, the goal of maintaining 2,500 to 3,000 pounds of organic matter, on average, after each crop should be the goal.
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