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Join us January 8-11 at the Indianapolis Downtown Marriott for the 2019 National No-Tillage Conference.
Learn from 40 top-notch no-tillers, agronomists, researchers and other no-till experts, delivering innovative ideas to help you build a more profitable no-till system during 4 highly focused days of no-till education!
In this episode of the No-Till Farmer podcast, brought to you by Calmer Corn Heads, we welcome John Grove, director of the University of Kentucky Research and Education Center, to discuss the unique characteristics of no-till soil environments when compared to soils on conventionally tilled farms and how those can affect the availability of nutrients to plants.
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Doug Miller, vice president and agronomist with Midwest Bio-Tech, will present the latest field research on farming practices used to build no-till soil health. Doug’s most recent webinar described the latest tools designed to measure soil health. His upcoming webinar will focus on practical lessons learned from several on-farm tests conducted during the past year.
Make your spraying operations an even more valuable tool for your no-till system with this special 32-page management report. Get up to speed on the cost-saving precision spray technologies available on the market and pick up several how-to tips on improving application effectiveness. Plus, hear first-hand from No-Till Farmer readers as they share some of the updates they’ve made to their sprayers to ratchet up performance.
Discover numerous tools and application strategies at your disposal today including the case for moving nitrogen (N) applications in corn to later in the season and the potential that crop sensors are showing for targeted N applications to increase efficiency and profitability. Plus, learn about certain species of cover crops that can fix significant amounts of N.
Get proven, practical strategies to help your corn reach its highest potential. Feature advice from contest-winning corn growers, you’ll learn how to plant, fertilize and protect your corn better to take your yields – and income – to the next level.