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  • Basics of No-till

    Information and videos on no-till systems.

  • The Value of Crop Residue-Cost to Soil Health

    The plant residue left in the field after harvest is a valuable resource. Increasing demand for harvested crop residue has left many producers wondering whether they should bale and sell their crop...

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  • Sorghum with Companion Crops Project

    Grain Sorghum is a primary crop in the High Plains in drought vulnerable areas. The crop is frequently planted in a no-till system, but herbicide and insecticide treatment is common place. In 2015...

  • Cover Crop Cost Share Program Upfield and No-till on the Plains

    Upfield, the parent company for Country Crock spread and No-till on the Plains have partnered to provide a cover crop cost-share program for producers in eastern Kansas and the western most counties...

  • Cover Crops

    Cover crops are used primarily as a method to keep the soil covered during periods of time when a cash crop is not being grown. A cover crop can be a single species or multiple species planted at the...

  • Regenerative Agriculture

    Although there is no single accepted defintion of regenerative agriculture, there are many principles and practices that encompass the movement of regenerative agriculture.