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Olive trees in a vineyard agroforestry system provide shade to Malbec vines below, protecting them from extreme heat and sunburn.

Agroforestry and Agrivoltaics: Two Appropriate Technologies for Smart Shade on Farms

By Katherine Favor Extreme heat is making news headlines across…
two people's hands and a shovel, harvesting carrotsUSDA

Natural Senescence

By Lee Rinehart, NCAT Agriculture Specialist September is…
person standing between row crops with urban skyline in backgroundNCAT

Regenerating Damaged Soils on an Urban Farm

In this video, we head to Garcia Street Farm, an urban farm in…
Healthy soilUSDA NRCS

LandPKS: Learning How to Monitor Our Land Over Time and Discover Its Potential

This video is a primer on how to use LandPKS, a phone app that…
SPIN farmer Wally Satzewich of Wally’s Urban Market Garden in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, using an Earthway seeder
mixed produce including carrots, peppers, purple cabbage, cauliflower, and more

Financing an Organic Farm with Federal Programs

Starting a farm can be tough, especially if you don't have cash…
Crenshaw Farm in Slick, Oklahoma

Division of Agriculture Beginning Farmers and Ranchers Development Program

.wp-post-image {display:none !important} Division of Agriculture…

Episode 229. Encontrando tierra para trabajar. Seis maneras de asegurar tierra agrícola

En este episodio de Voces del Campo, Martin Guerena, especialista…
A combcutting implement removing broadleaf plants from a grass crop.

Combcutting: An Innovative Approach for Reducing Broadleaf Weeds in Small Grains

When a small grain crop like wheat, oat, barley, or rye is in the vegetative growth stage and prior to stem development, the crop’s leaves are very flexible. Broadleaf weeds like Canada Thistle growing within the vegetative cash crop generally have a stem, which continues to get thicker and stiffer as the weed matures. Combcutting technology uses a series of stationary knives that are set at a specific angle and distance from each other.
By Justin Morris, Regenerative Livestock Specialist

Episode 213. Using Drones in Agriculture

In this episode of Voices from the Field, NCAT Sustainable Agriculture…

Episode 192. Electric Fencing 101. Part 2

In this episode of Voices from the Field, Nina Prater, a sustainable…

Tag Archive for: Tools

Olive trees in a vineyard agroforestry system provide shade to Malbec vines below, protecting them from extreme heat and sunburn.

Agroforestry and Agrivoltaics: Two Appropriate Technologies for Smart Shade on Farms

By Katherine Favor Extreme heat is making news headlines across…
two people's hands and a shovel, harvesting carrotsUSDA

Natural Senescence

By Lee Rinehart, NCAT Agriculture Specialist September is…
person standing between row crops with urban skyline in backgroundNCAT

Regenerating Damaged Soils on an Urban Farm

In this video, we head to Garcia Street Farm, an urban farm in…
Healthy soilUSDA NRCS

LandPKS: Learning How to Monitor Our Land Over Time and Discover Its Potential

This video is a primer on how to use LandPKS, a phone app that…
SPIN farmer Wally Satzewich of Wally’s Urban Market Garden in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, using an Earthway seeder
mixed produce including carrots, peppers, purple cabbage, cauliflower, and more

Financing an Organic Farm with Federal Programs

Starting a farm can be tough, especially if you don't have cash…
Crenshaw Farm in Slick, Oklahoma

Division of Agriculture Beginning Farmers and Ranchers Development Program

.wp-post-image {display:none !important} Division of Agriculture…

Episode 229. Encontrando tierra para trabajar. Seis maneras de asegurar tierra agrícola

En este episodio de Voces del Campo, Martin Guerena, especialista…
A combcutting implement removing broadleaf plants from a grass crop.

Combcutting: An Innovative Approach for Reducing Broadleaf Weeds in Small Grains

When a small grain crop like wheat, oat, barley, or rye is in the vegetative growth stage and prior to stem development, the crop’s leaves are very flexible. Broadleaf weeds like Canada Thistle growing within the vegetative cash crop generally have a stem, which continues to get thicker and stiffer as the weed matures. Combcutting technology uses a series of stationary knives that are set at a specific angle and distance from each other.
By Justin Morris, Regenerative Livestock Specialist

Episode 213. Using Drones in Agriculture

In this episode of Voices from the Field, NCAT Sustainable Agriculture…

Episode 192. Electric Fencing 101. Part 2

In this episode of Voices from the Field, Nina Prater, a sustainable…

Tag Archive for: Tools

Olive trees in a vineyard agroforestry system provide shade to Malbec vines below, protecting them from extreme heat and sunburn.

Agroforestry and Agrivoltaics: Two Appropriate Technologies for Smart Shade on Farms

By Katherine Favor Extreme heat is making news headlines across…
two people's hands and a shovel, harvesting carrotsUSDA

Natural Senescence

By Lee Rinehart, NCAT Agriculture Specialist September is…
person standing between row crops with urban skyline in backgroundNCAT

Regenerating Damaged Soils on an Urban Farm

In this video, we head to Garcia Street Farm, an urban farm in…
Healthy soilUSDA NRCS

LandPKS: Learning How to Monitor Our Land Over Time and Discover Its Potential

This video is a primer on how to use LandPKS, a phone app that…
SPIN farmer Wally Satzewich of Wally’s Urban Market Garden in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, using an Earthway seeder
mixed produce including carrots, peppers, purple cabbage, cauliflower, and more

Financing an Organic Farm with Federal Programs

Starting a farm can be tough, especially if you don't have cash…
Crenshaw Farm in Slick, Oklahoma

Division of Agriculture Beginning Farmers and Ranchers Development Program

.wp-post-image {display:none !important} Division of Agriculture…

Episode 229. Encontrando tierra para trabajar. Seis maneras de asegurar tierra agrícola

En este episodio de Voces del Campo, Martin Guerena, especialista…
A combcutting implement removing broadleaf plants from a grass crop.

Combcutting: An Innovative Approach for Reducing Broadleaf Weeds in Small Grains

When a small grain crop like wheat, oat, barley, or rye is in the vegetative growth stage and prior to stem development, the crop’s leaves are very flexible. Broadleaf weeds like Canada Thistle growing within the vegetative cash crop generally have a stem, which continues to get thicker and stiffer as the weed matures. Combcutting technology uses a series of stationary knives that are set at a specific angle and distance from each other.
By Justin Morris, Regenerative Livestock Specialist

Episode 213. Using Drones in Agriculture

In this episode of Voices from the Field, NCAT Sustainable Agriculture…

Episode 192. Electric Fencing 101. Part 2

In this episode of Voices from the Field, Nina Prater, a sustainable…