Crops Editor at Successful Farming, Kansas State graduate and 4th generation Kansas farmer. My wife and I have two children.
New tools for controlling problem small-seeded weeds don't necessarily come in a jug.
Development of metabolic weed resistance to herbicides is worrisome. Farmers just need to be diligent.
Wheat farmers used to get sulfur for free from rainfall, but efforts to clean factory emissions of sulfur have dramatically reduced the amount of atmospheric sulfur that falls on farms.
Replacing factory closing wheels is first and foremost.
Dramatic improvements to soil structure will occur after tillage stops. It just takes time.
What are you doing to ensure the future use of digital platforms to boost soil health on your farm? Take a page from the Oakland Athletics.