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02 October 2017
Bluefield on Tap: Reese Tisdale talks Harvey’s impact + water and agriculture


Jimmy Emmons, a 3rd generation Oklahoma farmer, describes the benefits of no-till farming combined with a soil health program. Jimmy explains how no-till farming uses less water, fits within the natural water cycle and reduces nutrient run-off and soil loss. You will be amazed as Jimmy explains the results of his conversion of his farmland to the no-till method with soil healthy practices.

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Bluefield on Tap is a segment on David T. McGimpsey's The Water Values podcast where market research experts from Bluefield Research join the podcast for a brief segment on current issues and trends in the water marketplace.




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