Is ploughing bad ?

you couldnt get much further SW in the uk, totally diff climate down there to us i can assure you.

I know.

I went to Finland last year mind, lots of no tillers there....

Anyway my point is people will do what they want to do. My own view is that if a seedbed is great after rape and beans why plough it all up.
 
I know.

I went to Finland last year mind, lots of no tillers there....

Anyway my point is people will do what they want to do. My own view is that if a seedbed is great after rape and beans why plough it all up.

This has been my thinking all along. Dry season? Check. Tramlines not 12 inches deep? Check. Minimal residue lying on surface? Check. Fine then, claydon the wheat in.
 

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What, were they struck down by a meteorite then?

Go and do some google mate, I really don't have the time for this carp tonight.
I've asked for some examples in the last 50, or 100 years if its easier. Surely there should be dozens to choose from if you are correct. Yet all we have so far are some examples of Stone Age hunter/gatherers hunting something to extinction and a breed of Zebra some 150 years ago. Oh well, I really thought that the human-guilt protagonists would have done better than this.
 
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CHAP Webinar - Innovative tools to overcome the challenges of Regen Ag

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Applying principles of regen ag can incur a range of on-farm challenges. Learn how innovative tools & machinery can help with these hurdles.

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