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Paul J. Jasa

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University of Nebraska

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University of Nebraska

1400 R Street

Lincoln, Nebraska,68588

United States

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The University of Nebraska at Kearney (UNK - www.unk.edu) is a 6,500-student comprehensive public residential institution located in a growing community of 30,000. UNK, one of four system campuses of the University of Nebraska, is located in Central Nebraska's...more

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Board | No-till on the Plains | Agriculture Production Systems Modeling Nature

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Paul Jasa
University of Nebraska, Lincoln, NE


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Paul Jasa
Paul Jasa serves as an Extension Engineer, University of Nebraska. He develops and conducts educational programs related to no-till equipment and system management. He has been working with planting equipment and tillage system evaluation at the University since 1978. With his experiences gained from research and Extension activities, he has become a good source of information in the Midwest on no-till planting equipment and system management. If there is a mistake to be made with no-till, he's either made it himself or has seen it done! More importantly, he's learned from those mistakes and shares that information in presentations that stress the systems approach and the long-term benefits of continuous no-till.


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University of Nebraska


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Canadian farmer Blake Vince and University of Nebraska educator Paul Jasa visited Pine Lodge


No-till tips for improving soil | Rural

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Pine Lodge South farmer David Cook with University of Nebraska educator Paul Jasa and Canadian farmer Blake Vince.
Mr Jasa and Mr Vince spoke at the Victorian No-Till Farmers Association conference last week. Canadian farmer Blake Vince and University of Nebraska educator Paul Jasa visited Pine Lodge South farmer David Cook's property last week ahead of the Victorian No-Till Farmers Association conference, held on Thursday and Friday. Through his research at the Rogers Memorial Farm, a no-till research farm owned by the University of Nebraska's Lincoln campus, extension engineer Mr Jasa said he had learnt no-till farming was about more than the equipment used. ''I started researching at the farm in 1978. In that time I have learnt no-till farming is more than just equipment - it is more about systems,'' he said. ''You've got to have a systems approach.'' Mr Jasa said regardless of the farm, five steps were needed for no-till farming. ''You need minimal to no disturbance of the soil; you have to keep the soil covered with either a crop or cover crop; number three is the importance of biology diversity; number four - making sure there is a living root in the soil all the time; and finally, integrating livestock back in to the paddock is also important,'' he said. On biology diversity, Mr Jasa explained why it was the most important.


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