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New Crop on an Old Farm
BY DAVID BUEHLER
Keeping our family farm going by growing and selling a unique perennial crop: elderberry.
Passion Laced with Science
BY HERB YOUNG
My journey from the pesticide industry to regenerative citrus.
The Potassium Paradox
BY S.A. KHAN and R.L. MULVANEY
Research proves that potassium testing and fertilization seldom pay.
VIEW FROM THE COUNTRY
Monthly musings from Acres U.S.A.’s editor.
OPINION: Building Perennial Institutions- The importance- and potential weaknesses- of institutions devoted to perennial crops.
BY MARK SHEPARD
ECO-UPDATE News in brief on developments in agronomic science.
First Steps- How do we transition from conventional to regenerative agriculture while maintaining profitability? BY JIM PINGREY
The Business Case for Agroforestry- How to help growers transition acreage to agroforestry. BY HARRY GREENE
Perennial Diversification- David Knop shares how he started the Midwest's second-largest blackberry operation on his row-crop farm.
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