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One person's trash is another's treasure

2:16 PM, Nov. 1, 2013
Mike Rankin
Mike Rankin
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There's an old saying that one person's trash is another person's treasure. I guess this is why some people spend every Saturday hanging around the town dump (or recycling center if you prefer the current vernacular).

Just as there are various levels of personal value for an old 8-track tape player, I have often been intrigued by the range of opinions that farmers have in assessing the value of crop residue (or trash if you prefer the historical vernacular).

What is this stuff we call crop residue? Well, it's a lot of things: ...

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