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“You Sort of take what Mcompletely different Nature provides you And look at out and make it work It Does not matter what occurs.” —Betsy Bower, Agronomist at Ceres Options in Lafayette, Ind.
Betsy Bower, an agronomist for Ceres Options in Lafayette, Ind., sees no-till And cover crops as solutions to serving to farmers climate the storms — and completely different variables — of local climate change. As An factor of A mannequin new process strain focused on agriculture as a local climate reply, she’s serving as a conduit between policymakers, researchers and producers.
On this episode of the No-Till Farmer Influencers & Innovators podcast, Frank Lessiter talks with Bower Regarding The obligation strain And A pair of of The most properly appreciated areas in no-till farming – from carbon sequestration to biologicals and extra. Bower additionally provides her suggestion for combating The Most very important mistake she’s seen no-tillers make over her 25 years as an agronomist and The biggest Method To start out rising cowl crops In your farm.
P.S. Tright here’s tons extra good no-till tales and historic previous in Frank Lessiter’s new e-book, From Maverick to Mainstream: A History of No-Till Farming. Check it out right here.
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