This sounds like a very interesting system that we could apply on our farm.
I imagine the effectiveness of this type of cultivation must vary with
soil type. Our soil is heavy clay.
Our slope is about 28% I am able to grow dryland crops by countour
plowing with a moldboard plow. In the future I would like to adapt to a
system of conservation tillage that does not invert the soil.
Noone that I know of in this area has tried any form of no-till or
conservation tillage that I know of. I assume that it may take some trial
and error to find just the right type of ripper for the soil thet we have.
Tom Armstrong email@example.com Sequera Ranch s.1892 San Gregorio, CA
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