This week’s Cotton Newsline is 3 cuts. All cuts are Wayne Reeves with USDA-ARS in
Suggested introduction cut 1:
Conservation tillage is using little or no tillage in order to increase the crop residue left in the field after harvest. Wayne Reeves, with USDA-ARS, says there are many incentives for producers to incorporate conservation tillage into their management options.
Suggested introduction cut 2:
Reeves says the adoption rate across the cotton belt varies by region.
Suggested introduction cut 3:
Reeves believes there is a conservation tillage system for just about every crop, especially cotton.