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    The benefits of a controlled traffic crop

    1 March 2017

    The Manitoba Cooperator (Canada) reports on controlled traffic farming from the eyes of Canadian farmer Adam Gurr, who was inspired by Harper Adams University's "wide-ranging research on this topic" and ran trials at his own farm as a result. Full story here

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