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Truterra to power new capability within EFC Systems’ widely used FieldAlytics platform that will open up new ways for ag retailers to demonstrate value to grower customers
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You Could Be Rewarded for Storing Carbon
You’re already doing the right thing by utilizing conservation management practices on your farm, so why not unlock additional earning potential for those efforts? Participating in the Truterra™ carbon program is a way to potentially receive financial incentives for storing carbon in the soil and improving soil health.
Two Options to Participate
Farmers who have implemented conservation management practices known to increase carbon levels in the soil are eligible to potentially earn money. Eligible conservation management practices include no-till, strip-till, reduced tillage and continuous soil cover.
|Practices||Practice Change Years||$/Ton||Crops|
|Cover Crop, Tillage||2021||$25||Corn/Soy|
|Cover Crop, Tillage||2019-2020||$15||Corn, Soy, Wheat, Cotton|
The Truterra™ carbon program provides farmers an opportunity to get rewarded for their stewardship, including those farms who recently began their carbon journeys.
Find out about Truterra's carbon program offerings for 2022.
Practices contributing to improved soil health can help sequester carbon, which can help mitigate climate change and its long-term impacts.
There are six key steps in the process of transforming on-farm stewardship into farm-generated carbon credits. Find out how the process works.Learn More
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Farmers enrolled in Truterra’s carbon program can earn up to $25 per ton for new carbon stored.Find out more