Phosphorus practices are being heavily scrutinized in northwest Ohio as efforts are being made to reduce and stop runoff into Lake Erie. Frank Gibbs shows you what you can learn from these efforts to be a better steward of phosphorus in no-till systems.
The retired NRCS soil scientist and consultant from Rawson, Ohio, shares the techniques of progressive farmers who are using a systems approach to reduce phosphorus runoff for the long run. He also explains why the naysayers of no-till are wrong in pinning the blame for runoff on no-tillers.
(Total Run Time: 58 Minutes; File Size: 14 Megabytes)
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