Growing crops is Minnesota's largest agricultural industry

In fact, nationally, Minnesota ranks as #5 in total US crop production. As such, SFA recognizes the importance of education, events, and consulting geared specifically toward farms that focus on growing crops. No matter what crop is grown, the soil health principles are applicable and when followed, yield massive benefits both economically and ecologically to the farmer. Cover crop selection, transitioning to no-till, lowering synthetic usage, and cycling nutrients more efficiently are all areas of expertise for SFA. SFA offers consulting and coaching to farmers who are interested in cutting input costs, seeing soil function return, and having a more resilient farm for the future.

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Growing Great Garlic in MN Webinar

What you need to know to get started in garlic growing, or improve what you're already doing. Based on the "three mistakes growers make," it covers seed stock to storage.