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Soil benefits of varying cover crop and tillage practices.

The purpose of our study is to test yield response and soil benefits of varying cover crop and tillage practices.

This is such a great example of so many organizations and people within those organizations working together.  Each person on the team brought a skill that improved the project.  We can’t wait to see the results at the end of the project.

This study included collaboration between a number of disciplines, experts and experiences. Kaitlin Gibbons – Regional Conservation Agronomist, Douglas County Conservation District, Tom Funk and Kevin Lane – Farm Operators, Justin Hamilton and Scott Purdon – Kansas Department of Wildlife Parks and Tourism,  Kansas Department of Health and Environment , Natural Resources Conservation Service and Kansas Alliance for Wetlands and Streams Staff.