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Weather conditions for the coming years will become more unsettled and create conditions of variable rainfall and more extreme temperatures. Jerry Hatfield says soil water management will be a critical component of the farming system, and no-till offers advantages to improve a farmer’s ability to cope with the increasing weather variability.
In this presentation, the researcher from Ames, Iowa, explains how enhancement of the soil offers the foundation for improving crop-production efficiency. As environmental conditions become variable, he shows how converting available soil water into increased yield will require blending genetic resources with enhanced management practices.
(Total Run Time: 43 Minutes; File Size: 31.4 Megabytes)
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