This webinar, sponsored by Exapta Solutions, will help you look closely at your planter setup and other factors that can hinder seed placement and hurt crop stands. No-till consultant and Exapta founder Matt Hagny shares time-tested, proven tips to overcome seeding challenges in no-till environments.
Hagny shares the following:
How no-till seeding is different and what areas you need to focus on to achieve uniform stands.
Why you might want a private lab to conduct cold germ and AA testing of your seed lots.
How your planter may be running nose-down and how to correct it.
Down-force considerations – springs, air bags and hydraulic; unit-mounted fertilizer openers; split-row planters; frame weight; and more seeding equipment tips.
Conducting proper in-furrow seed firming.
No-till consultant and Exapta founder Matt Hagny
This webinar features:
Matt Hagny, who grew up on a grain and cattle farm in South Dakota, migrated to Kansas in 1993 to set up shop as a consulting agronomist for no-till systems. He also offered a custom no-till seeding service from 1994 to 2001, which led to experiencing frustrations and realizing insights for better methods of no-till seeding.
Matt has traveled the globe, both as a consultant and a student of no-till, and has learned from some of the best. Matt conducts highly acclaimed "Seeding Schools" every year to assist farmers in better understanding all aspects of no-till seeding equipment, ranging in subject matter far beyond Exapta products.