You can download audiofiles of the 2012 NNTC speaker presentations for just $19.95 each.
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If you attended a past NNTC, contact us today at (800) 645-8455 for a special discount to get each file for just $4.95 each!
Now Available For Viewing, The 2014 NNTC Program Is Packed With Top-Notch Speakers
Tour Springfield Power Plant,
Learn About FGD Gypsum
Paid registrants attending the 2014 National No-Tillage Conference can sign up to attend a tour of the City, Water, Light & Power facility in Springfield to learn about the production of flue-gas desulfurization (FGD) gypsum on Wednesday, Jan. 15.
The morning tours are sponsored by Gypsoil. The event includes lunch and a program from noon to 1:15 p.m. at the host Springfield Hilton. The luncheon features Dr. Marvin Batte, professor emeritus of agricultural economics at Ohio State University, who will present findings from a recently completed study on the use of gypsum by producers. The study was conducted in collaboration with No-Till Farmer and was sponsored by the Gypsoil Division of Beneficial Reuse Management.
Tour participation is limited, so be sure to sign up online early by or calling 1-866-GYPSOIL (497-7645).
The 22nd annual National No-Tillage Conference program has been completed and is now ready for review. With 17 general session speakers, 29 classrooms and 78 no-till roundtables, the 2014 program Jan. 15-18 at the Hilton in Springfield, Ill., is the biggest and best, yet. Register online now!
Charles Down of Cabery, Ill., has won a 3-night stay at the host Hilton Hotel. All paid registrants prior to December 1 were entered in the drawing.
Here are just a few highlights:
The Wednesday evening general session will focus on high-yielding no-till corn, including presentations from NCGA yield contest winner David Wolfskill of Wernersville, Pa.; no-till planter specialist David Dum of Binkley & Hurst in Lititz, Pa.; and onfarm researcher Marion Calmer of Alpha, Ill.
Our featured speaker for the Harry Young Jr. Memorial Lecture Series, sponsored by KB Seed Solutions, is fertility expert Neal Kinsey. The consultant and author of Hands-On Agronomy will help you understand and identify the right balance of applied fertilizer.
The Thursday evening general session focuses on crop protection. University of Missouri weed specialist Kevin Bradley will review the status of glyphosate-resistant Palmer amaranth and best-management practices; Scott Brown of Murray State University will share the impact of water and offer tips on improving glyphosate effectiveness; and USDA-ARS researcher Jon Lundgren will discuss reasons why you might want to move away from Bt corn.
Friday morning’s general session gets you below the soil profile with soil biologist Kris Nichols’ ideas for improving soil biology and soil scientist and consultant Frank Gibbs’ suggestions for unlocking the potential of earthworms.
And this just touches the surface. Download our 22nd annual conference program to see all the info you can absorb in 4 power-packed days in Springfield, Ill. Register online now or download our registration form, print it and fax or mail it to us immediately.
Save $50 off the onsite rate when you register today. It’s just $299 for the first registrant and $272 for additional farm or family members. You can call (866) 839-8455 to register directly with one of our helpful no-till associates.
You can reserve hotel rooms for just $94 per night at the President Abraham Lincoln Hotel directly across the street from the host Hilton Springfield, which is currently in a sold out position. Call 1-866-788-1860 to reserve rooms at the Abraham Lincoln Hotel and be sure to mention the National No-Tillage Conference to get the special low $94-per-night rate.
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2014 NNTC Springfield Title Sponsors!
Ag Leader Technology * Agro-Culture Liquid Fertilizers * Bayer CropScience * Case IH * Cover Crop Solutions * Equipment Technologies (Apache) * Koch Agronomic Services (Agrotain) * Needham Ag * SFP * Syngenta * Thurston Mfg. (Blu-Jet) * Titan International
EVENT REGISTRATION. It's just $299 to register for the 2014 event ($272 for additional farm or family members) in Springfield, Ill.! Download the 2014 Registration form or register online.
EVENT PROGRAM. Now Available! Download the 2014 program to view the speakers and topics for the 22nd annual event.
SPOUSES PROGRAM. Click here to download the 2014 spouses program for Springfield.
HOTEL RESERVATIONS. The host Hilton Springfield Hotel is in a sold-out position. We now have rooms available for just $94 per night at the President Abraham Lincoln Hotel directly across the street from the Hilton Springfield. Call 1-866-788-1860 to make reservations or make reservations online. Mention the National No-Tillage Conference to get the special $94-per-night room rate.
TRAVEL ARRANGEMENTS. United and American are the two carriers that service the Abraham Lincoln Capital Airport in Springfield. You can also consider flying into Lambert International Airport in St. Louis (about 100 miles away). Another option is by rail on Amtrak. The depot is just 5 blocks away from the host Hilton Hotel.
SPRINGFIELD MAPS. You can download the 2014 Springfield Visitors Map and the Downtown Parking Map for Springfield, Ill.
NNTC SPONSORS. For information about National No-Tillage Conference sponsors, click here.
CROP ADVISOR CREDITS. We received approval of 37.5 hours of Certified Crop Advisor credits for attendees at the 2013 National No-Tillage Conference. Some 27 states approved pesticide re-certification credits.
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I am from Benue State Nigeria. I am an Agricultural Engineer. I have just finished a course on no-tillage system organized by Rizobacter in Argentina SA. I want to learn more about it.
We are very intersted to join the Conference in 2014 as Association in Organic Agriculture from Georgia
Dr. Sekimpi, you've come to the right place. We have many internationals that come to our No-Till Conference. If you can make it to Indianapolis in January, you will learn more than you could have imagined through our educational program, but more importantly networking and learning best practices from other no-tillers. Make sure to sign up for our No-Till Farmer daily emails as well as e-Tip and subscribe to No-Till Farmer to receive our newsletter and visit this website as often as possible. You will find something new every day that will help you become a better no-tiller.
Im a Ugandan farmer who has just started using the non till method and wwant to learn more about it