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No-Till Farmer: June 2013 Issue
Increased profits and improved soil health is what every no-tiller is after. Double-cropping is one system capable of achieving both. From double-cropping sunflowers with multiple species to the more traditional soybeans after wheat, our latest edition of No-Till Farmer shares the experts’ advice on how you can get the most out of your farmland and time.
Do you think that measuring straight yield data will help you determine if your input decisions are profitable? Iowa State University researcher Peter Kyveryga says think again. In our June 2013 issue we share why Kyveryga says no-tillers should be measuring yield response, and how that can help you boost your profits.
Our latest issue also describes how no-tiller Ross Bishop built his own 8-row, 20-inch corn head, and in our regular "What I've Learned From No-Tilling" feature Indiana no-tiller Larry Huffmeyer shares how tiling, cover crops and accurate timing is paying off on his quest for 300-bushel corn.
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IN THIS ISSUE:
Boosts No-Till Profits, Soil Health
Growing double-crop sunflowers with multiple species has reduced inputs and enhanced primary crop health for Kansas no-tillers Robin and Kelly Griffeth.
Share Expertise On Wheat, Soybeans
With attention to details, double-cropping systems cover the soil, improve soil health, ward off pests and diseases and protect profits, say veteran no-tillers John and Alexander Young.
A Post-Planting Checklist To
Keep No-Till Systems On Track
Scouting fields for planter performance, weed emergence and seedling nutrient deficiencies can help no-tillers improve their management decisions for sidedress applications and beyond.
WHAT I'VE LEARNED FROM NO-TILLING
Conquering Tight Soils With Tiling, Cover Crops And Long-Term No-Till
Indiana no-tiller Larry Huffmeyer says focusing on soil health is paying large dividends in his quest for hitting the 300-bushel brass ring in corn.
No-Tillers Ready To Cash In On Certification
This program will recognize no-tillers that adopt economically viable, sustainable practices to protect the environment and add value to their grain crops.
Boost No-Till Profits By Measuring
Yield Response — Not Just Yields
Measuring how yields change with inputs and management decisions is a better way to gauge profitability than measuring yields alone, says an Iowa State University researcher.
Narrow-Row Corn Head
Could Speed Up Harvest
Dissatisfied with his previous corn head’s snapping rollers, Ross Bishop built a 20-inch, eight-row corn head out of International parts in pursuit of a shorter harvest time.
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