Organic No-Till Farming

Jeff Moyer

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Organic No-Till Farming offers a map to an organic farming system that limits tillage, reduces labor, and improves soil structure. Based on the latest research by pioneering agriculturists, this book by Rodale Institute's CEO Jeff Moyer offers new technologies and tools based on sound biological principles, making it possible to reduce and even eliminate tillage. Field-tested over many seasons, these methods make cover crops into a source of fertility as well as a tool for weed management. As traditional tillage turns into rotational tillage, natural soil biology is maximized and synthetic inputs are minimized. For organic farmers who want to refine their practices and conventional farmers interested in new ideas, Organic No-Till Farming is indispensable.

Copyright 2011, softcover, 204 pages. 24 per case.

Learn No-Till from Jeff Moyer in Person

This summer, participate in an Organic Field Day and Organic No-Till Intensive course on the Rodale Institute farm in beautiful Kutztown, Pennsylvania!

The Organic No-Till Intensive will take place July 15-16, and will be taught by Jeff Moyer and his team of researchers and farmers. Attendees will learn an organic farming system that limits tillage, reduces labor, and improves soil structure.

Learn more about the Organic No-Till Intensive and how you can participate - here!

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Wendy W.
Australia Australia
Noi till farming

Good book. Enjoyed it

Kelley E.
United States United States
organic no till farming

great read, easy to understand with good depth of concept...practical advice and intelligent methods... thanks, Jeff Moyer

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