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Planting Positive Vibes this Spring
May 30, 2019
Throughout the whole corn belt, there has been one thing in common this planting season – rain. Here in Northeast Indiana, it has caused some major headaches and issues. Currently, as of May 21st, our farm has not turned one wheel in the whole operation. There are many others in this same boat in the […]Go to resource >
Digging into Cover Crops
May 28, 2019
Join us for a deep dive of the opportunities and drawbacks of cover crops.Go to resource >
Data Supporter: Iowa Corn Promotion Board®
May 21, 2019
To enable the Soil Health Partnership to fully leverage its unique data set, SHP established Data Supporters as a new sponsorship level. Iowa Corn Promotion Board® (ICPB) is the first organization to earn the title. “Iowa Corn® is looking forward to the results from the Soil Health Partnership (SHP) uncovering significant benefits in soil improvements […]Go to resource >
Grazing During a Wet Spring
May 16, 2019
Planting annuals in between cash cropping systems can be a great way to produce extra forage and extend the grazing season. And one of the simplest techniques to do this across the Midwest is to plant cereal rye after a corn crop ahead of next year’s soybeans. Cereal rye is very winter hardy and can […]Go to resource >
SHP Joins Ecosystem Services Market Consortium
May 4, 2019
The Soil Health Partnership (SHP)’s objective is to measure and communicate the economic and environmental benefits of different soil management strategies, and provide a set of regionally-specific, data‑driven recommendations to farmers. Partnerships with other data-driven organizations can help fully realize that goal, which is why SHP is joining the Ecosystem Services Market Consortium (ESMC) in […]Go to resource >
No Time to Till? Why not No-Till?
May 2, 2019
For many of you in the Midwest, 2018 brought some challenges. Lots of rain, lots of snow and lots of moisture that made harvest and any sort of fieldwork difficult. Many of the farmers we talked to didn’t get the chance to complete all of their fall tillage due to poor field conditions. This spring […]Go to resource >
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