A leader in full control traffic farming and inter-seeding systems, Steve manages over 60,000 acres and shares what he's learned about how to build a farm system capable of handling floods, drought, cold heat, wind and other stresses.
Tom's moved from a shallow cultivation "min-till" system to 100% low disturbance today.
He uses a cross-slot drill, which he built himself.
After more than a decade using cover crops on his 3,500 acre no-till farm, Cameron has the experience to say what works and what doesn't. Learn about the aspects you must understand to ensure cover crops really make a difference.
How excessive nutrient loading drives the major problems in Lake Erie, the role of ag in addressing this, the targets to solve the problems and new research that offers suggested action for farmers.
How to develop a strategy using several different lines of attack and why it works.
Dr. Noronha will also share her invention of a simple trap that uses solar light to attract and trap the female click beetles that lay destructive wireworm larvae.
Zac was chosen for his practices in adding compost and building soil organic matter on his 1200 acre farm near Port Perry.
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