This page lists material that supplements the April 2019 issue of No-Till Farmer.

Video: Elwood, Ind., no-tiller Rick Williams discusses his transition to twin-row, no-till corn with in-furrow fertilizer, timing strategies for multi-stage fungicide application, and the value of farm trials on his 650-acre corn and soybean operation.

Podcast: In a recent episode of the No-Till Farmer podcast, experimental plant ecologist J.C. Cahill from the University of Alberta discusses fascinating information about root movement and foraging and how it relates to crop production.

Online: Lessiter Media, the parent of No-Till Farmer’s Conservation Tillage Guide, recently launched a new website dedicated to cover crop management,, and announced a new online virtual event, the National Cover Crop Summit, to be held March 20-21, 2019. Go to the new website to register and check out this new resource!

Comments: John Dobberstein, senior editor, wrote a column about results from two research projects from the National Center for Atmospheric Research and the journal Science Advances that were contradictory. One longtime no-tiller was not amused:

See no-tiller Rick Clarks’ thoughts on choosing the best non-GMO seeds for corn and soybeans and ideas to shake up your corn-soybean rotation with a little more diversity, whether or not you have livestock.

Learn more about the science and economics of intercropping, and tips for separating intercrops