‘Sidewall compaction’ is a term many may be unfamiliar with, but it can have dire effects on a producer’s yield. Sidewall compaction is the result of poor soil structure. It happens when planting occurs in wet, degraded soils that have often been subjected to tillage. This compaction prevents the roots from growing outward and the…
‘No-tilling beans into rye, you can’t believe the difference between that and going into straight corn stubble.’
‘Within a three-year span my soybean yields probably went up 3-5 bushels an acre and corn 10-2. That’s been pretty consistent.’ The reason? Find out in our second video featuring Jesse Hall!
One of the first principles of soil health is to minimize disturbance. But why? One of the biggest reasons: soil structure! Hear how improved soil structure has helped producer Jesse Hall take his operation to the next level
Jesse Hall is a farmer out of Arlington, South Dakota that’s shifted his whole operation towards soil health. Check out this promo for our six-part series featuring Jesse that covers all things, from livestock integration, to economics, from small grains to cash crops and everything in between.