Clay Mitchell, managing director of Fall Line Farms and a notable on-farm researcher in Iowa, talks about the problem of heavy equipment causing major subsoil compaction. He addressed several points related to achieving higher yields during the National Alliance of Independent Crop Consultant’s Precision Ag Conference in Des Moines earlier this year.
Need for concern about subsoil compaction
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