We have a new look and new content! Check out all of the titles on the navigation bars, where you can continue to find new information to assist you with on-farm decision making and/or learning about the latest research findings from our project. Why not start by listening to what four Corn Belt farmers have to say about climate and agriculture...
Get the latest crop outlook for the Corn Belt, join a discussion about how to remove a cover crop, read how other crop producers are utilizing new technologies to measure crop nitrogen needs--these and many more up-to-date topics regarding corn-based cropping systems will be discussed on the Sustainable Corn BLOG. The quick link is on this front page of our website (see right sidebar). But you can subscribe to the blog, too. More information...
Sustainable Corn team member and Iowa farmer Dick Sloan uses a multitude of available on-farm practices to maintain soil, water and nutrient balances on his land. He has adopted the Natural Resources Conservation Service's soil health management plan. He shares his thoughts about this plan in an opinion piece published on May 11 in the Cedar Rapids Gazette.
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