> >Pay for no-till to stop global warming?
> >Long-time no-till farmer Jim Kinsella of Illinois has proposed a new
> >farm policy based on practices that capture greenhouse gases. Under
> >plan, farmers would be paid for building up soil humus and
> >it at high levels, thus helping to prevent global warming from
> >of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere. The concept may need to be
> >broadened and refined--no-till farmers aren't alone in working to
> >restore native soil fertility says Dan Looker, Business Editor for
> >Successful Farming. But Looker says Kinsella's basic idea of making
> >agriculture an asset against global warming is sound. That general
> >concept has support from Senate Ag Committee chair Dick Lugar and
> >Ag Secretary Richard Rominger.
I think that is a pretty good idea. What do you all think?
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