The Soil Health Institute (SHI) has released PROGRESS REPORT: Adoption of Soil Health Systems Based on Data from the 2017 U.S. Census of Agriculture. The analysis includes a state-by-state breakdown of both cover crops and no-till production.
The SoilWeb app provides users with information relating to soil types that are associated with their location.
Wolfe, saying farmers need support from Washington, advocated for investments to provide longer-term seasonal climate forecasts, create new environmental monitoring systems linked with data analytics for field-level management, and expand adoption of soil health practices.
This recent story in the Guardian reports on how farmers across the world are ditching their plows to protect ecosystems – and it’s working.
Report identifies changes in land and sea use as the most significant direct driver of changes in nature.
Dirt is dead, but soil is alive!