Sustainability

Multi-Faceted Approach to Soil Health and Conservation

Every year, U.S. soybean farmers gain experience to continuously improve the sustainability of their crops, while adapting to changing conditions. For example, past American Soybean Association chairman Ray Gaesser, a farmer from Iowa, shares his experiences and solutions to protect his soil from erosion with cover crops in this article from the Iowa Soybean Association, a qualified state soybean board (QSSB). The benefits from this progress, like reduced soil erosion, pass on to U.S. soybean customers, helping meet their sustainability goals.

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Bethany Baratta
Bethany Baratta

Senior Writer

Iowa Soybean Association