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The Soil ‘Was Just Lifeless’

Chadron, Neb., no-till Larry Pahl is going at his own pace as he builds a diverse no-till system that is boosting soil organic matter and improving crop yields.
Chadron, Neb., no-till Larry Pahl is going at his own pace as he builds a diverse no-till system that is boosting soil organic matter and improving crop yields.
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Seeing is Believing: No-Till Fortifies Great Plains Farm

Chamberlain, S.D., grower Steve Reimer finds that no-tilling, mixes of cover crops and conservation-minded grazing is maximizing moisture retention and boosting soil organic matter.
Chamberlain, S.D., grower Steve Reimer finds that no-tilling, mixes of cover crops and conservation-minded grazing is maximizing moisture retention and boosting soil organic matter.
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Cracking The Code On No-Till Plant Diversity

Little is known about the organic compounds plants use for nutrient uptake and defense, but farmers can make these chemicals work for them by establishing a diverse no-till system.
No-till practices don’t just save labor, fuel and machinery costs, but benefit the mysterious biological world beneath the soil surface that can have a big impact on plant health and yields.
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No Longer Afraid Of Residue

Evenly spreading residue creates a uniform base for planting, better emergence and consistent stands for Nebraska no-tiller Matt Kathol
Like many farmers, Matt and Glenn Kathol turned to no-till to manage the workload on their family farm. But their switch to no-till in 2001 also made it possible for Kathol to farm full time with his father, Glenn.
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Iowa Farmer Proves To Himself That No-Till Works

While no-till was a no-brainer on highly erodible land, Nate Ronsiek proved through field trials that it would yield on challenging bottomland soils.
Highly erodible soils shaped into gently rolling hills seemed to Nate Ronsiek like the perfect place to implement the no-till farming practices he learned as a student at Kansas State University. Ronsiek started developing his no-till plan in 2005 when he began taking over the family farm outside Hawarden in northwest Iowa.
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