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[Webinar] Using Gypsum As A Foundation For Sound Agronomics, Soil Improvements

If you’re interested in learning more about the role gypsum can play in improving soil structure and productivity, this webinar sponsored by GYPSOIL will provide you the base of knowledge you need to consider whether this soil amendment can help your no-till operation. [To view any of our webinar replays, you must be logged in with a free user account.]
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Drill Modifications Fit Needs

These Washington no-tillers built their own no-till drill to direct seed steep slopes.
To stop erosion on slopes as steep as 50 percent in the Skyrocket Hills near Prescott, Wash., Mike Thomas, Sr. and his son Mike, Jr., haven’t cultivated any ground since 1985.
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Take Cover!

An Ohio study shows the benefits of using cover crops in your no-till operation.
While most no-tillers know that cover crops can protect soil from wind and water erosion, a study conducted by the Conservation Action (CAP) Project at Napoleon, Ohio, points out even more potential benefits.
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