Wheat Farmers Adopt the Undercutter Fallow Method to Reduce Wind Erosion and Sustain Profits

Excessive tillage—especially in the low-precipitation wheat production region of the Inland Pacific Northwest—causes blowing dust, which results in soil loss as well as air quality degradation. Yet mo ...
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