Vertical-Tillage Tools That Do not Make A Mess of No-Till (NNTC 2011 Presentation) - MP3 Download
Daniel Davidson has issues getting ideal no-till stands in dense continuous corn residue. As a result, the Stanton County, Neb., no tiller has evaluated vertical-tillage tools to see if they can help process corn residue without compromising the benefits of no-till.
An agronomist for DTN, Davidson says there are 16 models of tools on the market classified as performing vertical tillage; however, they differ in design, function and performance. He’ll share his observations from testing several products, and explain how well they work within the framework of his definition of vertical tillage — essentially, how well they move soil vertically within the top 2 inches of the soil, process and anchor corn residue and stir the surface while preparing the seedbed.
(Total Run Time: 42 Minutes; File Size: 20 Megabytes)
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