Farming Smarter: Farming for healthy soils

Dr. Dwayne Beck shares what Dakota Lakes Research Farm accomplished over the past couple of decades in rejuvenating soils.

The research farm sits on land very similar to southern Alberta.  

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The Dakota Lakes Research farm started as a no-till farm in 1990.

 He talks about regenerative agriculture and the benefits they now see on the landscape and within the cropping systems.