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What I've Learned From No-Tilling: Cover Crops Take Root for Indiana No-Tiller

Jamie Scott became the go-to cover crop guy for an expanding group of neighboring farmers after success with the practice on his own farm.


Pictured Above: MIXING SPECIES. For the cover-crop cocktail mixes seeded into wheat stubble, Jamie Scott always works in several legumes, grasses, brassicas and broadleaves to maximize root diversity, plant function and soil benefits

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NAME: Jamie Scott

FARM: JA Scott Farms Inc.

LOCATION: Pierceton, Ind.

YEARS NO-TILLING: 33

NO-TILL ACRES: 2,000

CROPS: Corn, soybeans, wheat, alfalfa hay, grass hay mix and cover crops

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Jim and Jamie Scott

A little nudging from the former…

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Martha Mintz

Since 2011, Martha has authored the highly popular “What I’ve Learned About No-Till” series that has appeared in every issue of No-Till Farmer since August of 2002.


Growing up on a cattle ranch in southeastern Montana, Martha is a talented ag writer and photographer who lives with her family in Billings, Montana.

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