January 6-9, 2016 • INDIANAPOLIS, IN

24thannual National No-tillage Conference

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2015 Conference Review

23rd Annual National No-Till Conference

Building Better No-Till Practices

More than 100 cutting-edge, money-making sessions over 4 days, delivering insightful learning and unlimited networking with the best of the no-till community.

Top Experts. Worldwide Experience.

  • David Brandt

    Keynote Speaker

    40+ years of continuous no-till farming in Carroll, OH.

  • Jill Clapperton

    Rhizosphere Ecologist

    Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada Lethbridge Research Centre, Alberta, Canada

  • David Hula

    No-Till Farmer

    2013 No-Till/Strip Till Corn-yield world record holder, Charles City, VA.

  • Franke Dijkstra

    No-Till Farmer

    40+ years of wheat, corn, soybean and edible bean no-till farming in Ponta Grossa, Brazil.

Valuable tips, ideas and techniques from:

  • Jim Hoorman, Soils Specialist, Ohio State University
    Will examine how farmers can reduce soil phosphorus losses in a no-till system.
  • Saeed Khan, Fertility Specialist, University of Illinois
    Will share how potassium has been overlooked and can be more effectively used.
  • Christian Krupke, Entomologist, Purdue University
    Will review new strategies for western corn rootworm control and management.
  • John Tooker, Entomologist, Penn State University
    Will address myths about slugs and how no-tillers can be manage them.
  • Scott Shearer, Precision Expert, Ohio State University
    Will look at the future of precision technologies and how to work with "big data."
  • Bryan Jorgensen, No-Tiller, Ideal, SD
    Will explain why diversity has improved the sustainability and performance of his farm ground.
  • Steve Berger, No-Tiller, Wellman, IA
    Will describe how long-term no-till, hog manure and cover crops are building highly productive soils.
  • Ken Olson, Soil Scientist, University of Illinois
    Will help you better understand soil organic carbon sequestration in tillage systems.

Registration for 2015 is closed


Crop Consultants
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Plus: Gain pesticide recertification and continuing education credits

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Additional conference information


Register online for $274. Additional farm or family members can be registered for $249. To register offline, please download the 2016 Registration form.

NNTC Sponsors:

For information about each of the 2015 National No-Tillage Conference sponsors click here.

Continuing Education Credits:

The 2015 Conference received approval of 42.0 hours of Certified Crop Advisor credits for attendees of the 2015 National No-Tillage Conference. See complete credits list. The following states approved pesticide re-certification credits: Alabama, Arizona, Connecticut, Delaware, Georgia, Idaho, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Mississippi, Montana, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia and Wyoming.

Questions about the National No-Tillage Conference?

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