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No-Till Diversity Stretching from Border to Border


No-till practices were first adopted on Pierre, S.D., grower Mark Weinheimer’s farm in 1990, and by the late 1990s he was 100% no-till. “Right now, I see an increase in soil microorganisms and beneficial insects in and around our fields,” he says. “We’re adding fewer nutrients and expect to see significant input reductions in the coming years.”

Mother Nature doesn’t have to pay monthly bills, but Mark Weinheimer has found that taking her lead of…

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