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Cereal Rye Helps No-Tiller Prevent Damaging Gullies

Cover crops can elevate no-till systems to the next level by protecting soil resources.

Continuous no-till can go a long way toward keeping soil where it’s supposed to be, but a monster rainstorm falling on soybean residue can still result in ephemeral gullies.

As an NRCS no-till specialist, Dan Gillespie believes grassed waterways should be the first consideration for controlling erosion in flow areas.

The Battle Creek, Neb., no-tiller says he understands waterways can be difficult to manage — particularly when no-tillers are dealing with big sprayers, diagonals or…

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