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Simple Steps to Assess the Health of No-Till Soils

No-tillers who are truly curious about soil health should use all the tools available today to measure the biological, chemical and physical nature of their fields.
Soil health seems to be on everyone’s mind these days. We read stories about it, agencies are funding research and education about the topic, experts are giving presentations, scientists are conducting experiments and agronomists and farmers are being trained on it.
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Solving The Riddle Of Nitrogen Management

Using precision technology to define management zones and improve nitrogen-use efficiency are the goals of Wisconsin researchers.
Recent concerns about hypoxia in the Gulf of Mexico have inspired policy makers to encourage the agricultural sector to adopt technology that can reduce nitrogen losses in our environment.
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No-Till’s Measuring Stick

Cover crops, stacked rotations and soil cover of 60% or more after seeding are among the pillars of quality, continuous no-till, Rolf Derpsch says.

No-till may be practiced on more agricultural acres in the U.S. than any other country in the world. But South American no-till consultant Rolf Derpsch believes growers here shouldn’t be satisfied.

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