Articles Tagged with ''residue''

No-Till Will Play Role in Battling Climate Change

Nearly 80% of Americans believe temperatures are definitely on the rise. Yet, very few members of the general public understand the key role that no-tillage will play in battling global warming over the next 90 years.
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Turning Unwanted Discs Into A No-Till Asset

A Kansas farmer invented a five-sided, vertical-tillage blade that he says puts crop residue in touch with soil microbes but still protects the benefits of no-till.
When Henry Falk was growing up on his farm, if a piece of machinery — new or used — wasn’t doing the job, his father would haul it to his shop and rebuild it with a torch and welder to make it work better.
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Fall Scouting With The Drought In Mind

Combining data, yield maps and in-field observation can help no-tillers understand field variability and make better management decisions.
Even though we've had a tough year with drought conditions, it’s a good time to evaluate your fields — and the yield information you have — to make the right management decisions for next year.
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5 Steps To Boost No-Till Wheat Yields

Controlling weeds and head scab, and hiking seeding and nitrogen rates may help no-tillers find an edge with winter wheat.
When it comes to no-tilling winter wheat, there’s no cookie-cutter approach to making it work, says University of Kentucky researcher Lloyd Murdock.
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