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Strip-Tillage for Onions and Sweet Corn, Lorin Grigg

Strip-Tillage for Onions and Sweet Corn, Lorin Grigg

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Georgine Yorgey, Center for Sustaining Agriculture and Natural Resources, Washington State University, Andrew McGuire, Irrigated Cropping Systems Agronomist, Washington State University Extension.
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Map: Kaelin Hamel-Rieken, Washington State University

Location: Quincy, WA

Average precipitation: 8 inches (irrigated cropping)

Cropping system: Onions in rotation with corn. They also lease ground to other farmers to grow vegetable crops including potatoes and dry edible beans.

Watch the companion video, Strip-Tillage in Onions, Farmer-to-Farmer Case Study Series, which introduces Grigg and his strip-tillage system.

 

Photo: Darrell Kilgore

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