No-Till Farmer is pleased to announce that University of Nebraska Extension Ag Engineer Paul Jasa will be returning to speak at the National No-Tillage Conference, January 8-11, 2019, in Indianapolis, Ind.
Jasa will lead a classroom session on Wednesday morning, “Tips for Better No-Till Planter Adjustments and Operation,” where he will help no-tillers develop a mindset to work through many variables with no-till planter setups, including proper adjustments to row units and the relationship between disc openers and operating depth. He will also point out pros and cons to planting down the old row vs. between old rows, how to use no-till soil structure to optimize proper planting depth, and the importance of weight distribution for the best planting results.
Jasa will also lead a general session on Thursday afternoon, “Get Better Results with a Systems Approach to No-Till and Soil Health,” during which he will discuss why no-tillers should aim for 100% continuous no-till systems to promote proper no-till soil structure and nutrient cycling and facilitate proper heating and cooling of farm ground for raising better crops. He’ll also cover the advantages of diversifying no-till rotations with wheat or forages and explain the benefits of controlling wheel traffic in fields.
Learn more about Jasa's sessions and other sessions that will be featured at this 4-day learning and networking event here.
The registration rate is $389 for four days of non-stop no-till learning. Registration can be made online or by calling (262) 432-0388 between 8:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m., CT Monday-Friday.
Returning for the 2019 event is the National No-Tillage Conference Spouse Program, providing attending spouses with the opportunity to network, learn and socialize through numerous activities throughout the course of the conference. View the Spouses Program activity schedule here or by calling (866) 839-8455 or (262) 432-0388.
Thank you to our sponsors for helping us put on the upcoming 27th annual National No-Tillage Conference in Indianapolis: Ag Leader, Case IH, Montag Manufacturing, Equipment Technologies, Exapta Solutions, Inc, KB Seed Solutions, Fennig Equipment, Needham Ag Technologies, Martin-Till, Titan International, Yetter MFG, Syngenta, and Precision Planting
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