by Matt Hagny, consulting agronomist for no-till systems since ‘94.

In general, none of us (as adults) particularly enjoy discovering that we’ve made a mistake.1 But sometimes we’re quite grateful after the initial ‘Oh, duh’ moment has passed. Especially if we can benefit by correcting it for the future (although tuition is sometimes pricey). To make the learning curve more affordable, here’s a chance to learn from other people’s mistakes (all of these examples are long-term no-till):

During a recent spring planting season, I was out checking a field while the farmer—let’s call him Darren…Continue reading here: Seeding Mistakes