Crop Rotations Effects on Soil Health

As part of the Soil Health Nexus Digital Cafe Series, Dr. Dwayne Beck with South Dakota State University, presents “Crop Rotations Effects on Soil Health”. This presentation was originally broadcast on August 26, 2020.

Crop rotational planning is the most universal and powerful tool available to farmers. Rotations can be used to address weed, disease, and insect issues and also provide the opportunity to improve soils and improve the ecosystem. All of this improves profitability.

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