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Video: The Financial Cost of Erosion

Newell Kitchen, a soil scientist with the USDA-Agricultural Research Service in Columbia, Mo., talks about how he and colleagues saw a relationship between yield productivity and erosion on a field they were studying.
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Yellow Field Peas Could Boost No-Till Profits In High Plains

Yellow field peas provide High Plains no-tillers with an excellent wheat transition crop that helps build soil quality and, with recent market developments, have the potential for profitability.
No-tillers across the Nebraska Panhandle and surrounding High Plains region are challenged by low rainfall and high summer temperatures. It’s a double-whammy that limits cropping intensity, as well as crop value.
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No-Tillers May Find Less Pain From Wet Fall

Regardless of a farmer’s chosen tillage methods, he’s likely felt the pain and frustration of a slow, tedious harvest. However, for producers who have chosen no-till farming, their challenges might be a bit less painful.
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