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[Podcast] Why Farming is More Complex Than Rocket Science with Jerry Hatfield

In this episode of the <em>Strip-Till Farmer</em> podcast, brought to you by Terrasym by NewLeaf Symbiotics, Jerry Hatfield, the retired director of the National Laboratory for Agriculture and the Environment, shares data indicating how strip-till increases soil organic matter, what’s an ideal water infiltration rate for soil, his advice on when you should get into carbon markets and more.
In this episode of the Strip-Till Farmer podcast, brought to you by Terrasym by NewLeaf Symbiotics, Jerry Hatfield, the retired director of the National Laboratory for Agriculture and the Environment, shares data indicating how strip-till increases soil organic matter, what’s an ideal water infiltration rate for soil, his advice on when you should get into carbon markets and more.
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[Podcast] Activating Your Strip-Tilled Soils with Confidence

In this episode of the <em>Strip-Till Farmer</em> podcast, brought to you by Topcon Agriculture, we get some expert advice from Stephanie McLain, Indiana NRCS soil health specialist on how strip-tillers can utilize in-field examination of their soil health to increase functionality.
In this episode of the Strip-Till Farmer podcast, brought to you by Topcon Agriculture, we get some expert advice from Stephanie McLain, Indiana NRCS soil health specialist on how strip-tillers can utilize in-field examination of their soil health to increase functionality.
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[Podcast] Getting Back to the Future with Soil Health & Cover Cropping Part 1

In the first of this two-part <em>Strip-Till Farmer</em> podcast series, bought to you by Topcon Agriculture, we're joined by retired ag engineer Jack Boyer who shares his experience over the last 10 years integrating cover cropping practices into his operation.
In the first of this two-part Strip-Till Farmer podcast series, bought to you by Topcon Agriculture, we're joined by retired ag engineer Jack Boyer who knows a successful marriage of strip-till and cover crops takes work and a willingness to learn from mistakes, while also celebrating the successes.
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