Dry Farming

By Tanner Griggs

Purpose of dry farming

Hardy Webster Campbell invented the dry farming method. It was the solution of agriculter problems in the Great Plains.


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How it helped the west

It well save them money, but it well cut their yields by at least half – from about 600 pounds to 300 pounds of cotton per acre. Also the rain won't rein there crops.


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Evolved in today

Dry land farming has evolved as a set of techniques and practices. It helps farmers adapt to the lack of moisture and still have a successful crop.