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Project is designed to engage a group of about 20 growers into reporting data into the FPC. The data collected will be analyzed and reported to the grower group in an annual meeting.
Improving soil health in the Mississippi River Basin is a critical need to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, sequester carbon, and improve water quality.
Cotton Incorporated supports many research projects throughout the beltwide cotton growing region in the United States.
The goal of this project is to better understand the impact of farming practices on water quality and soil health at Crave Brothers Farm.
General Mills and Syngenta are working with producers since 2015 in Central Wisconsin to establish a credible baseline from 2857 acres utilizing the Field to Market® environmental performance indic
Corn silage and alfalfa average the highest percentage of dairy feed rations in the U.S.
The goal of this project is to improve water quality and soil health in an area of Southwest Wisconsin where a group of conservation-minded farmers are learning together and imple
The goal of the partnership between Heritage Cooperative and Truterra is to advance sustainable agricultural practices in North-central Ohio.
The N₂O pilot will run January to March 2022. We have 5 farmers confirmed and will also run additional 4R advocate pilot runs for a total of 10 farm sites.
Farmers in Iowa, Minnesota and Wisconsin who receive cost share to add a year of small grains to a corn and soybean rotation provide their production data from each year in the rotation.