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Unformatted text preview: of no-till and this is good because in the past it seemed as if people were actually moving away from that method and using the more harmful techniques of growing crops on their farms, which is understandable when some of the stories that you hear are about no-till farmers going under. It is also understandable when certain farmers in less developed countries want to make the switch but they cant because they either don’t have access to the newer and more advanced pesticides or even just because there in more work and effort that go into no-till. If I was a Clark 2 farmer with a sustainable crop and it was doing just fine with my regular way of tilling soil I would most likely not want to make the switch just because I wouldn’t want to sign up for the extra work, but if the government were to offer me subsidies for trying to switch to the healthier alternative I might be more inclined to make the switch and start using the healthier alternative....
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- Spring '15
- Tyler Clark, healthier alternative, sustainable crop