High Yields Help No-Tillers Stay in the Black
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High Yields Help No-Tillers Stay in the Black

Even though commodity prices have fallen from historic highs, it hasn’t stopped U.S. no-tillers from innovating and staying profitable.

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The 24th annual National No-Tillage Conference is headed to Indianapolis in 2016 after completing a successful 2015 run in Cincinnati. You can save $85 off onsite price when you register today.

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  • Laura Allen

    EPA Works to Halt Further Resistance to Bt Corn

    In an attempt to curb further corn rootworm resistance to Bacillus thuringiensis (Bt) cornhybrids, the EPA has proposed new requirements for areas that are at risk to resistance. Its suggestions, however, may not be enough.
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    Sorting Options in Texas’ Panhandle Plains

    If you looked at the conditions in the Texas Panhandle Plains, in and around Lubbock, you could make a case that it’s a poster child for no-till practices and additional soil cover.
  • Laura Allen

    How Much is Soil Erosion Costing You?

    USDA-Agricultural Research Service soil scientist Newell Kitchen shares the productivity — and potential income — lost from soil erosion.
  • John Dobberstein 2

    Use No-Till Residue to Create ‘Your Own’ Water

    There isn’t much you can do to stop a drought. But you can create your own water to fight a drought by parking the plow, covering your soils and using low-disturbance drills, says Jerry Hatfield, lab director for the National Laboratory for Agriculture and the Environment in Ames, Iowa.
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No-Till Innovators

Winning individuals or organizations for the 20th class of No-Till Innovators will be announced in January 2016 at the 24th annual National No-Tillage Conference.

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Responsible Nutrient Practitioners Program

Nominations are now being accepted for the eighth class of Responsible Nutrient Management Practitioners to be honored at the 24th annual National No-Tillage Conference in January 2016.

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