Don’t listen to anyone who tells you that farmers don’t care about healthy soil! Yes, even conventional farmers. Why is it so important? Because it makes a big difference for our farms, our crops, and the environment!
Hi, I'm Amanda! My family farms corn and soybeans in Southwest Michigan. I'm also a practicing attorney.
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I'm Amanda. My family farms corn and soybeans in Southwest Michigan. I'm an attorney by day, and "agvocate" at night.
Dennis Laughton P.Ag. says
In Lethbridge, Alberta, the Agricultural Research Station set out a series of crop rotations to determine their affect on soil health. This was in 1910. Those plots along with additions over the years are still active today. My point being that soil heath concerns have been recognized for a long time.
Indeed! Just because soil health is now a mainstream trend doesn’t mean farmers haven’t thought about it for a long time now.