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[Podcast] Managing Compaction & Navigating Carbon Markets with Jodi DeJong-Hughes

In this episode of the Strip-Till Farmer podcast, brought to you by SOURCE by Sound Agriculture, Jodi DeJong-Hughes, an educator with the University of Minnesota Extension, gives us a preview of her lecture for the 2022 National Strip-Tillage Conference, discussing what you can do to deal with compaction in your fields, improve your soil health, make money on soil-saving practices and much more.
In this episode of the Strip-Till Farmer podcast, brought to you by SOURCE by Sound Agriculture, Jodi DeJong-Hughes, an educator with the University of Minnesota Extension, discusses what you can do to deal with compaction in your fields, improve your soil health, make money on soil-saving practices and much more.
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Centering On Soil Health

Building soil health is a long-term endeavor, but one with lasting impacts. There are many practices that yield great short-term benefits. But if it’s not good for the soil, it won’t be good for the farming enterprise in the long run.


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Working Through Challenges with Cover Crops in Sticky Soils

Strip-tilled crops and cover crops are taking hold on Neil White’s Scotland farm, although wet weather, compaction and pest pressure still cause plenty of challenges.

2021 HAS SEEN me — after 5 years of direct drilling — drill malting spring barley into oats for the first time. I had a big volunteer oat crop due to cutting wet oats at harvest, which I left into winter. 


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