No-tillers realize that the benefits of an effective no-till system include enhanced soil quality, improved crop production efficiency and environmental quality. But Jerry Hatfield says the question often arises about what can be done to improve no-till soil systems.
The laboratory directory for USDA-ARS in Ames, Iowa, will outline a structure for continual improvement that includes genetics, management and an understanding of the environment. He’ll share emerging results that can help guide no-tillers into the next level of crop-production efficiency and overall productivity.
(Total Run Time: 1 Hour 1 Minute; File Size: 44 Megabytes)
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