The Undercutter Method for Winter Wheat- Summer Fallow Farming

A video which covers farming systems in the 3.5 million dryland acres in Washington and Oregon that receive less than 12 inches of precipitation per year. The program explains the current cropping systems, some of the problem areas, and some innovative solutions developed by farmers and researchers, with the goal to give an understanding of new tillage systems to farmers in the area. Specific attention will be given to the research and farmer results with the undercutter method.
Sku: DVD0012

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Published: 2007

Length: 16:31

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