NEWS
Never-Till Nirvana
Tue May 27, 2014 10:41 AM CDT

When it comes to tillage, Dan DeSutter doesn't just mean no, he means never.

The Attica, Ind., grain farmer views any disturbance of the soil as an inherently destructive process. After 20 years of no-tilling corn and soybeans, he and other farmers are well on their way to what they call "never-till" -- a zero-tillage system that revs up their soil biology for optimum soil nutrient recycling to increase grain crop yields.

DeSutter started no-tilling to lower production costs and to protect his soil. He didn't realize he was also changing the soil ...

Quick View
Related News Stories
Investors Still Fans of Farmland
No Recession Repeat
Minimize Farmland's Exit Taxes
WOTUS Course Changes Charted
USDA Eyes New Wetland Protection System
Potential WOTUS Course Changes Charted
Obama Vetoes WOTUS Bill
Farmland Values Pressured
Iowa Supreme Court Guidance Sought
EPA vs. Rancher Case Halted