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By Mark Watson
Panhandle No till Educator 

No Till notes: 'Fortunate'


Over the past four weeks I have had the good fortune to travel to four

regional conservation agriculture meetings. These meetings are all billed as no-till meetings in Kansas, Colorado and Nebraska. What we have learned over the years is that no-till is a tool used in conservation agriculture but is not the “end all” to soil health.

All of these meetings are focused on improving the health and performance of the soil which we work with on our farms and ranches. Improving soil health is the end goal in conservation agriculture and using no-till crop production practices lays the foundati...

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