New technologies are making sustainable farming practices possible. Direct seeding uses precision agriculture and new seeding technologies that reduce fertilizer usage and carbon footprint, providing
more for less.
Direct seeding is more economical because it saves time and money and ensures family farms can be passed down to the next generation. “Saving time, saving money, saving the farm.”
Direct-seed farmers are making a difference. Direct-seeding builds organic matter in the soil, produces better yields with less input costs and less stress on the soil and environment. Now that’s sustainable!
Seeding and fertilizing in one pass into last year’s crop residue keeps the topsoil on the farm, improves water and air quality because there isn’t any soil or wind erosion, reduces run-off, decreases carbon emissions and increases carbon sequestration and organic matter in the soil.
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