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    Topic: Agronomy and Soil Health

    Farmer Pain Points: Seedling Disease in Double-Cropped Soybeans

    May 27, 2022. The best laid plans, in farming, are always close to going awry. Heat waves, heavy rain events, and disease stress can disrupt an otherwise healthy crop—and...

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    Carbon Farming 101: How Does Soil Carbon Get Measured?

    How does soil carbon get measured? Accurately measuring carbon sequestration is important because it ensures buyers have confidence in the carbon credits they purchase and...

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    Managing Moisture for Successful Planting and Healthy Stands

    The optimism of planting this year may be a bit tempered with not only significant input price increases and availability issues, but also significant soil moisture...

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    With Carbon Farming Practices, These 3 Farmers are Earning Credits

    For Earth Week, we’ve rounded up the latest interviews in our Paths to Profitability series, which features farmers from across the country and the questions they asked...

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    Frustrated by Fertilizer Costs? Steps You Can Take

    Fertilizer prices have more than doubled over the past year. What events have caused these prices to go up, what impact does it have on overall farm costs of production, and...

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    Meet Kansas Landowner Brenda Sharp: “Never Leave a Frying Pan of Bare Soil”

    “My father, in his childhood, experienced firsthand the 1930s Dust Bowl. Living during and in the fallout of such ecological devastation, and eating sandwiches full of dirt...

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    Tips & Tricks to Succeed in a Carbon Program

    Before joining a carbon program, some farmers will have more questions to answer than others, depending on how they farm. The biggest factor is how familiar a farmer is with...

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    Organic vs. Carbon Farming: What’s the Difference and Why Does it Matter?

    Ryan Stockwell is a Wisconsin farmer who helps farmers solve problems on their farms with Carbon by Indigo.

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    Building Your Legacy: 3 Steps to Bring the Farm Forward For the Next Generation

    Most people might find it surprising to learn that 98 percent of farms in the United States are family-owned in some capacity, according to the USDA’s Economic Resource...

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    How to Make Cover Crops Work for You

    Cover crops are hailed by carbon farmers as one of the first and most influential changes a grower can make as they work toward better soil health and sustainability. 

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